Crowne Plaza Hotel Kansas City - Overland Park
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Today begins my journey to Chester, England! For the next 6 months, I will be living and studying at the University of Chester. After years of dreaming and months of planning, it is time for me to finally board the plane and set off to the UK! As of right now, I am a mix of all emotions. This trip will stretch me in so many different ways. Even though I have traveled a copious amount within the United States, this ...
... they couldn't fix the problem we would have to switch planes, tick tock, tick tock. After an eternity the captain announced that all was well and that we would shortly be taking off. Phew! 40 minutes late, if we had known before what we knew then we would have had breakfast and saved a couple of bucks and gray hairs. Anywho, there were no connecting flights to worry about so we just chalked it up to early trip excitement and got settled in for the ...
... of Dickens before we get to my dull cross country adventure. I spent an excellent day in Dayton. My stay there lasted longer than I had planned but it was worth every minute of it. It is always great catching up with family and friends. I am now 2/5 of the way to San Francisco. I completed my ...
... Rock, a familiar town shape emerged. I call it the Kansas Town. They are all basically the same and much unlike the other Midwestern town model of the Great Lakes area. The Kansas Town is arranged along a main drag that runs perpendicular to a railroad track. Since rails tend to go east-west here, towns go north-south along a narrow strip only a couple blocks wide. At the tracks are grain trucks and a grain elevator. Sometimes an old wooden ...
... that they view that as much of a concern there. That may be why
flash pictures seemed to me to be permitted in the Louvre and Musee D’Orsay in
Paris when I was there in 2003. I thought everyone was just breaking the rules.
I don’t find flash pictures of paintings usually come out very well, so the
news didn’t mean much to me.
It was at the Nelson-Atkins Museum, though, that I decided
to always also photograph the ...