Comfort Inn I-35/Shawnee Mission
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... how thoughtful of us), the trip was over. And all I can say, is I had the time of my life.
Thanks to my mom and dad for giving me the opportunity to have gone to UVA, to meet all the wonderful people I now call my best friends, and to have been blessed with the good fortune to go on a trip like this. Thank you to my brother for helping me set up the blog (computer science geek) and thanks to my sister for hopefully ...
... Waste Adventure Trail. It was used first as a explosive plant and then during WWII they used it to process uranium. In 2001 they finished cleaning up the site and it now has a 45 acre mound that covers all the old buildings that used to be there. It had an awesome information center and a beautiful view from the top of the mound - though the walk was a little tiring. From there we headed to Kansas City. After checking into our hotel around 4, ...
9:30 AM – Marydorsey Wanless and Kelly Watt (trip leaders) and the other members of the Washburn group to Peru met by the United Airlines ticket counter at the Kansas City International Airport. Everyone is very excited and ready to travel to Peru!
11:42 AM – We depart on United Airlines (UA) flight 5790 from Kansas City to Houston International Airport on United Express. We arrived at Houston ...
... to see him tomorrow and talk about his music after I look it up tonight. We finished up cooking the food for the next meal then headed upstairs to the donation rooms and sorted through coats, clothes and toiletries. I think this made us realize how tired we were when it got to be just us in a very warm room. We made progress though and sorted through all the toiletries. After that we headed on out back home and from there went to another sisters' house for a ...
... lot!), I knew I was going to finish. The coolest thing for me was the vibe and encouragement from random spectators and fellow competitors. If you are visibly struggling, someone will motivate you. "C'mon girl...this is you!" "You're looking strong. You can do it!" “You got this.” (For some reason, the American accent provided another layer of motivation.) There were also high fives from kids and back pats from runners overtaking me (there were ample). At ...