Comfort Inn Emporia
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... local Kiawanis club. It was a potluck style meal with all home cooked food and plenty of it. Also had some really fun talks with a few of the members about living in Emporia and the big 200 gravel road mountain bike race they had last weekend. All in all it was a day fit for a ...
... did manage to find an Army Corps of Engineers campground right on a lake not far from the Preserve. The sites are nice and well shaded and the facilities, which include flush toilets and showers, seem to be well kept. This definitely turned out to be a good alternative to our original plans. We did decide to only spend 1 day at Tallgrass (we originally thought 2 days), so we'll be moving on a little further west tomorrow and ...
... either have to play aggressive with it in the hopes to scare it off or you have to keep trying to distance yourself hoping it will leave you alone because you've left it's area. Problem is...if you play aggressive and it's not that type of dog....it could attack! I kinda got the impression that this dog was all bark and no bite so I ducked down in some grass to hide at a turn in the trail. When I saw him gingerly coming around the corner about 30 yards away I ...
... Carolina. The open prairie under the vast sky is starkly stunning. We took a 3.5 mile hike through the backcountry of this ecosystem, and we didn't see another soul in any direction, except for a herd of bison that have recently been reintroduced to the area. This will definitely go down as one of our highlights of our ...
... The enabling legislation required the land to be held privately – Kansans are somewhat leery of the federal government and wanted to keep the tax revenues rolling.
We toured the large 3 story limestone barn and ranch house. The barn was built with ramps, so that horses and wagons could haul things into the upper floor. We then took a ranger ...