Capitol Plaza Hotel Topeka
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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To keep our feet warm we wore thin sox whose purpose is to wick moisture from away from the skin, the wool sox and the tall boots. For the lower body we wore long underwear and jeans. For the upper body we wore a shirt, a sweat shirt and a coat. Over all this we wore a water repellant suit. For hour neck and head we had a scarf, something to cover the ...