Days Inn Kansas City-Worlds of Fun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... carry umbrellas inside (as the kind little lady politely informed Patrick several times). Who would have thought that Kansas City was actually filled with a lot of pretty interesting museums like the WWI Museum, the Arabia Steamboat Museum, and a few different art museum such as the one we visited. We probably walked around the impressive establishment for about an hour and a half before we decided to press on and further explore ...
... 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 ...
Here we are! Day 1 of our 25 day trip through Europe. The first stop was to get boarding passes and then get lunch. Starbucks was a definite highlight. We first fly to Washington DC, then an 8 hour overnight flight to England. Hopefully I can ...
9:30 AM – Marydorsey Wanless and Kelly Watt (trip leaders) and the other members of the Washburn group to Peru met by the United Airlines ticket counter at the Kansas City International Airport. Everyone is very excited and ready to travel to Peru!
11:42 AM – We depart on United Airlines (UA) flight 5790 from Kansas City to Houston International Airport on United Express. We arrived at Houston ...
... very good, but we decided that the burnt ends were better.
While we were eating, the owner came by after we had asked our waitress if the owner or cook could drop by and sign our book. He was a very nice guy who’s love of good BBQ and jazz drove him to buy the place in 1990. He also has broadcast jazz from a local radio station since the 70’s.
After we finished our meal, we stayed to listen to ...