Comfort Inn KCI - Platte City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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After Denver (our halfway point- yeah!), we drove another long stretch of US highway (which included the first 8 miles of the interstate highway system constructed in the '50s) to Kansas City, KS. During our stay we had "Oklahoma Joe's Kansas City BBQ" which Anthony Bourdain christened as one of thirteen ...
... hahaha) That museum is actually quite nicely made, and fun for the kids, for example they can pack a real pioneer wagon with supplies.
We enter Kansas City, which is still in Missouri at the East side of the Missouri River. Crossing the river gets us into Kansas City in Kansas. We didn't have time to explore, ...
... a number of cities like this during our travels as Cities were settled on the rivers and rivers are used to form State lines. Every State operates differently with their own level of income and sales taxes. South Dakota has no income tax so people register that as their domicile but reside and work ...
... wide-eyed with plans of using our eight hour layover to explore Honolulu. We quickly realized that was not going to be easy, and gave up to eat and drink at an airport bar. There we spent far too much money on over-priced drinks and food, but we got to talk to a cool bartender named Chi (pronounced like ti-chi). She told us about her life and the life of Hawaii. Chase and I have enjoyed listening to people life stories, we kind of just pull it out of them ...
... drive over to Ft Leavenworth, so we headed for that. When we arrived we decided it wasn’t really what we wanted so we drove back into Platte City. On a whim, we turned and drove toward old town and Main Street. On the city square, we happened to come upon a place called Chaz 325 that had just opened. They had a small sign on the front door offering a prix fixe (fixed priced menu) Mother’s Day special and that ...