Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Salina
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- Continental Breakfast
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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 …
... evil of all evils, Kansas City stadium! Don't worry, Mike put a hex on them (yes them, there are two stadiums side by side). I can't promise it will work. Hell, he's been cursing me for years and I'm still here. I take back my previous statement, start worrying!
By the way, the eastern half of Kansas is beautiful rolling hills, ...
... first time in almost 4 straight weeks I didn't have internet connectivity. As is often the case, the nicer the mo'tel, the crummier the connectivity. I usually run a speed test on the connection to see what my experience is going to be like, and in some little Ma & Pa mo'tels, like the one in Scott's Bluff oh so long ago, I got 12 MB/s down and 5 MB/s up, true high speed. Tonight's signal strength was so weak I couldn't even get to the login ...
After watching Emily and Calie pass through TSA Security, I jumped in my SUV and started my journey East...However, I neeedd some energy and comfort food so I stopped at an airport Dunkin Donuts for an Apple Fritter and Ice Coffee...I had already made the decision not to take advantage of ...
We traveled from Chappell, Nebraska today to Salina, Kansas. I have tried to think of something interesting or humorous to say about the drive, but the only words that come to mind are: rain, wheat, corn, sorghum, rain, monotony, clouds, rain, and boredom.
We did go through some very small towns and they are always interesting. The homes were small, but different; i.e., not all the same style like we see in some neighborhoods at ...