Sunset Acres Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... his life, and which viewing the Truman history is still the predominant reason for anyone visiting Independence.
I first went to the Truman National Historic Visitation Center, which is located in an old commercial building off of the town square. I was told by a park ranger that the first tour of the Truman Home would begin shortly and was given directions how to get there. It was less than a half mile, so I casually walked the ...
We got here yesterday, after spending a couple days in Pender, Nebraska, picking up the car, tow bar, etc., and getting a tour of the Blue Ox Plant.
The temps started getting quite hot as soon as we got here - and we got out to enjoy the amazing pool very quickly.
This is a large park, but not full at all! It has the most amazing swimming ...
... With Zeke's help over the phone, I was able to find a Best
Western in Independence, MO. A name I trust, and generally offers
things as a traveler I need: security, a refrigerator, and free
wi-fi. Solid. I will always stay with Best Western, and would be
willing to do articles about my stay in the future if there were
future opportunities. Thanks for listening to my story. Until
... it was a blast. You have to get at the park an hour before it opens to have a hope of getting a reservation. It was a nice end to the exciting portion of the trip. Now the ride home awaits. Verruckt is "Insane" in German by the way. Here's the sample video for it: ...
... You got this!" This made me laugh and feel slightly insane. But hey, whatever gets you to the finish line. It was a really pretty cycle. The morning dew made the landscape appear extra green and crisp. The air was fresh—far fresher than any Perth air I would breathe. Exiting the bike route, I cycled past Don, Sue, Doug, Pam and Jordan (she had finished her swim) who were on the sidelines cheering me on. Owen and Bill were at my transition station taking ...