AmericInn Hotel & Suites Salina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Cities- Dodge city, Wichita
Year of statehood-1861
Motto-To the stars through difficulties – ad astra per
Flower- Native Sunflower
5 other facts-24 state parks, state tree is the cottonwood,
state animal is the buffalo, state reptial is the ornate box turtle, famous for
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Sorry, I have been in wifi free zones on thursday and friday of this week.
I traveled from West Branch, Iowa to Abilene Kansas through some seriously plain geography. I passed two national historic places. The first was near Topeka Kansas, that being the Brown vs. Board of Education museum. The second was a some sort of General Custer Park, and as I passed through all of the rolling hills, I began to picture Custer's last stand which ...
We are trying to drive as much as possible for the next few days. Today's journey took us from St. Louis, Missouri, to Salina, Kansas.
Lots and lots of farmland folks, lots and lots!
We crossed the Missouri River twice today, once in the sunshine, once in the rain.
As we approached the Missouri and Kansas border, we came ...
... to an end, but at the same time we are getting ready to get back home and have our own space again as well as see family and friends (and especially find out who the kids teachers are). We were going to stop for the night in Hays, Kansas, but decided to just stop for dinner and then continue on a little. On our drive we saw some flashing red lights in the distance. It was hard to tell what it was at first, but then we realized that it was the wind turbines. ...