Days Inn Russell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Russell
... through the tubes at the City Museum. He'd be better off on the floor. Ewww . No we didn't do that. All three are sideways on the one bed. We'll see how they do considering Ben and Elizabeth shared last night and Ben, in a dream, nearly pushed her off. I had to tell him to move over. We will get up early to drive to Denver tomorrow. Looking forward to it. Can't wait. Though we are only there for one night and one in Colorado Springs. I'll take it. See you tomorrow. Good ...
... Divide. I like this title better.
Our route took us first north on I-25 to Colorado Springs, then northeast on U.S. 24 to I-70 near Limon, CO, then DUE EAST to the Kansas border, and on to Hays. Basically, this was a driving day with no particular stops planned along the way, but the drive from Hays to St. Louis will be even longer (515 miles).
Colorado Springs is probably most famous for Pike's Peak, looming over 14 thousand ...
... br> Walmart and Cracker Barrel (in US) allowed us to park overnight.
Wifi booster accessed wifi from nearby McDonalds, Tim Horton's, Canadian Walmarts and public libraries.
Cell phone booster for phone calls and 3G data (internet and emails) boosted a weak Verizon signal.
A one-micron water filter allowed us to make our own drinking water.
... hard and moving on was not disappointing.
From here we traveled south on State Rt. 177, “Flint Hills National Scenic Byway” to the “Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve”, it was cold and windy, but we enjoyed the visit,
even-though the farm house and barn were closed for renovation. In this part of
Kansas the soil is very rocky, making ...
... all the way up to Russell. It was well into the 80s, but comfortable. John's a pro --thankfully. I was delightlfully surprised to realize he had every step of Google Maps memorized and we settled into a mostly comfortable 60mph and happily let the crowds roar past. Road music from our CDs provided the background, and we happily sang our way up the road.
Dinner was a buffet, withint a ...