Capital Center Inn
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Today the journey began! My mom and I drove to Kansas City in order for me to board my flight early tomorrow morning. It took a while to get going because I kept remembering last minute things, and even when we got to Kansas City we had to make several emergency supply stops because apparently I forgot to pack my brain (my mom was thrilled about this). However, all worked out and we ended up getting to ...
... we will be doing over the next 13 days.
Also, once I get home from this trip, I will have to finish out my Guatemala blog. It was a CRAZY 5 days that I had between my trips. I had 5 cheer practices, 4 job interviews, 2 photography sessions, lots of laundry, 1 job acceptance and a ton of time with my family before heading out on trip number 2. :)
Happy to share with you my travels on this trip. Hope you enjoy reading! :) ...
... really enjoyed and loved Kansas City. What I mean by this is you don’t have to come to Kansas to go to Kansas City because it is actually in both Missouri and Kansas as it sits right on the border. As Jack put it, it would actually have been perfect if Kansas made Kansas City their capital because it would say that our state is so boring and pathetic that our capital is actually located in a different state (Topeka ...
... a little bit and then headed for dinner. We ate at Joes Kansas City Barbecue. If you think you have had good barbecue before it is nothing compared to joes. It's in the top 13 places to eat before you die and is considered one of the best BBQ places in the United States. After dinner we went and walked around the Loose Park Rose Garden, a 75 acre beautiful park and garden. Then we drove around and looked at the city. It was relaxing and a lot of ...
... I notice floors me. 3:22 is what time I arrive in Chicago; I leave Kansas City at 1:45pm. I missed my flight.
“I can’t believe I did this.” I’m debating first how to respond; get angry and ****** off? Or should I focus on solving the problem at hand? “I can’t believe I did this,” I say again. It would be the first of many times. Somewhere deep in my brain the information starts to pick ...