Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Salina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCountry Inn & Suites By Carlson Salina
It's an older building, but the manger was a gem and gave us a great adjoining room. Paula really liked to soft towels.
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Day 5 back on the road
Yesterday we had the best breakfast yet with Paula's cousin, Michael DeGarie and his wife Sandra. The last time we'd seen them, Paula and I were camping in a park on Lake Dillon and we'd visited. That was 1992. Back then Michael was a chiropractor. As an avocation he and Sandra had taken up country dancing. Now …
Up early, showers, breakfast at the motel, and leaving Denver, heading to Salina, Kansas (our destination for tonight) by around 10. What a different day of driving across hwy 70. Flat, green, not much to take pictures of. We did see some wind turbines around Bovina. We also had to call OnStar because we are having trouble using the internet in the car. ...
... ourselves, self-control got the best of us and we were up at 5:30 am, heading out of the Elsey's driveway towards Kansas at 6.
The road from Missouri into central Kansas isn't near as horrible and boring as I'd heard it was. Flat and nothing but corn, wheat and sunflowers is the prevailing rant about the scenery of Kansas. Being from west Texas, I can get an appreciation of odd, stark beauty. I've always loved looking out and seeing crops blowing in the wind, slapping over each ...
... huge gardens to feed all the workers.
The Laura Plantation was run by 4 generations of women. The present owners are historians and we were lucky enough to have a guided tour by the owner who inundated us with a wealth of historical facts and stories that was so entertaining.....his tour went for 90 minutes. They had a fire in 2003 and it took 3 years to rebuild.
The Oak Plantation a few miles away ...
... The displays and exhibits involving the 8 years of his presidency were as expected. After having been to quite a few libraries, it has become quite obvious to me that this library needs to be updated with multi-media and interactive displays to attract the younger generations. The movie portion of the tour needs improved as well. So far, the Lincoln theatre sets the high mark for interactive movies!