Capitol Plaza Hotel Topeka
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a little compromised. However, that was an hour ago and it looked as if it would be clear by the time of our arrival.
And so it was! There was more to see on this sector: we were following the I-70 to Salina, the large Witton reservoir on our left, more patches of red earth, more in the way of low hills and gullies, a large wind farm stretching for miles on the ridges; green fields of much larger proportions, the Solomon ...
... Lawrence, Kansas on Labor Day which was an interesting city. It is the 6th largest city in Kansas. The University of Kansas is located downtown with a large campus spread all over the place! The architecture of the buildings on campus was very impressive. The downtown was very nice as well with busy restaurants and stores. Some of the stores were from chains that are usually in mall settings but were on the main street. The Kansas River flows ...
Unfortunately, the few things of interest to do in Colorado Springs weren't available on a Sunday so we made the decision to just leave town and move on. We were entering the heartland of America with nothing but cows, cornfields and truck stops. It turned out to be a day of driving, ending up in Topeka, Kansas. Actually, from here on out would be just a mission to drive home and not make a whole lot of stops for two main reasons: there really ...
We had such a full day seeing all the sights around Topeka we decided to stay another night. Tomorrow we have another jam packed day as we finish up sightseeing here in Topeka and then head out to Kansas City. It's been fun seeing the all the small towns, barns, and ...
... bears the name of fortress, it was actually a tambo, a leisure city used to accommodate the delegations that traveled long distances. Without a doubt, it is one of the most monumental works of the Inca Empire. If time permits it you will stop at a local "Chicheria" and learn about the different ways of preparing this popular Andean corn beverage. Finally continue to the studio of Pablo and Marilu Seminario – artisans who have devoted 20 years ...