DoubleTree by Hilton Wichita Airport
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Our stay in Wichita was just an overnight ear to break up a long drive into Texas. After breakfast we sorted out some money, had a look at the Michaels and Pet Smart stores in Wichita then hit the road at 11:30am towards Fort Worth, Texas. Again the scenery was pretty flat and uninteresting until a few hills and lakes popped up close to Fort Worth. I filled the car for the first time today and it cost just $29 to fill the tank from below the last quarter (13.5 gallons ...
... pretty boring - lots of corn fields and the area is so flat with no hills at all. In Wichita we checked into the Wesley Inn, which is used by families using the Wesley hospital across the road. We had skipped lunch so immediately got some dinner at Panere. We both got pasta and I had a nice salad, whilst Sam got a flatbread with turkey (she is loving turkey at the ...
... wheat farms are all ready and waiting to be planted. Besides wheat fields we also saw a lot of sorghum, soybeans, and corn. We're staying in the Cheney State Park, adjacent to the Cheney Reservoir -- a 6,800-acre inland lake with many small boats taking advantage of the upcoming holiday weekend. In fact they have Wed. evening sailboat races -- just like Vermilion. Seeing ...
... shut eye before our alarm went off at 8:00 AM. By the time we got dressed, our awesome Limo Guy Quentin, with All Class Limo's, was there to pick us up! He loaded our bags, a few of my Real Estate Signs (i'll tell you about this later), and took us to drop off Amora who was going to be staying with one of her good friends for a few days. After we dropped her off and said our goodbyes ...
... to attract people and stimulate the local economy. It was hard to tell just how well this has worked for Wichita, as we were there in mid-morning, and streets were relatively quiet.
We visited some of the city’s highlights like its iconic statue, called "Keeper of the Plains” which honors the native peoples of Kansas, and is located on sacred Indian ground. Here, as in a number of other places we visited, native tribal ...