BEST WESTERN Airport Inn & Conference Center

Address: 6815 West Kellogg (US 54), Wichita, Kansas, 67209, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 6815 West Kellogg (US 54), Wichita, is near Sedgwick County Zoo, Botanica: The Wichita Gardens, Old Cowtown Museum, and Wichita Art Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Wichita

Free dog training

A travel blog entry by doll2carl on Oct 27, 2014

Secrets and techniques to Puppy Coaching presents an unusually detailed and thorough take a look at methods to both prevent and take care of the more frequent problem behaviors exhibited by dogs. As the owner of a moderately troublesome mutt myself, I've spent a fair amount of time searching the Web for reliable resources on this subject, and I've to say that the extent of information and element contained throughout the pages of this compendium is unusually exacting for a ...

Day 32: Baseball, Pho, and Wichita

A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Oct 02, 2014

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... the Astros. Being the executive chef of the ballpark gets him some really cool memorabilia! We said some tough goodbyes, and departed Houston a little before noon. Besides an uneventful lunch at Arby's, and few bathroom and gas stops, we had a couple of interesting moments during the drive. First, as we were heading back through Dallas, we hit some thunderstorms. The storm dumped a bunch of rain on us as lightning ...

It got HOT, HOT, HOT!!

A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Aug 19, 2014

7 comments, 19 photos

... in Auschwitz Concentration Camp during WWII. Some of the pieces had been smuggled out in different ways, but many were hidden in various places in the camp in the hopes that someday someone would find them. They told a chilling story.

From the Presidential Library, we walked across the common to the Presidential Museum, passing the 11-foot bronze statue of General Eisenhower that stands in the center of the campus. We spent quite a ...

Air Capital of the World??

A travel blog entry by giddy-up-go on Jul 19, 2014

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Once again, Larry writes today.

Today we headed north to Wichita, KS. In contrast to the park in Thackerville, OK, the one in Wichita was pretty new. Lots of concrete, not much in the way of trees. It sorta felt like we were camping on an airport runway. Good laundry, showers, and restrooms. (Hey, those things are important!)

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Getting a few kicks on part of Historic Route 66!

A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Jul 17, 2014

17 comments, 11 photos

... we have seen after the Atomic Bombs fell near the end of WWII. Today, it is still obvious that something terrible has happened. There are houses that are being built but there are very few trees (the big ones that we saw three years ago had had all of their leaves and bark stripped off leaving a ghostly outline of what used to be there) and no other vegetation and only scattered residences.

From there we drove for a short distance on a piece ...