Candlewood Suites - Salina
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... invasion. He was another president who always remembered his heartland of America roots - duty, integrity and honesty. He came from a working class family in Abilene, a town full of wealthy people and mansions. By comparison, his home seemed very modest. (By PEI standards it would have been middle class!) (Side bar: one of the largest mansions - the Seelye Mansion - was ...
... this street every weekend.
Our scenery has finally changed! We had been driving through rolling corn and soy fields ready for harvest. In Missouri we began to see green fields as well - it turned out these were a second crop of soy (no crop rotation here!) Once we crossed Kansas City and into Kansas, the land became drier, the farms less prosperous and we saw more fields uncultivated. Cresting a hill, the ...
... where President Eisenhower, Mamie and a son who died as an infant are all buried, is all on the same property in Abilene.
The museum was full of history about the World War II. There was so much to read and see that it needed to be done over several days but we did the best we could in one. It made us appreciate even more our great country and all our ancestors who made it possible for us to be here to enjoy all that we ...
... on our way to Abeline to go to the Kenwood Cove water park. This place was a perfect stop for this insanely hot day. It is the Salina town pool that they built to be a water park and it is inexpensive and really fun and nice! We all had a great time and were in the water the whole time because it was crazy hot outside. Tomorrow we head to Kansas City and because it is so hot I am not sure how much exploration we will get to do there but we have a few ideas of places to visit! ...
Shaw and Kit's was awesome. I really wish we could go there again. I really enjoyed the water balloon fight, playing in the sandbox, playing with their cats and dogs. They were super fun to play with and very nice, they let us play with their stuff, sleep in their room and fed us delicious food. Emi and Amaya were fun to play with. By ...