Days Inn Dodge City
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- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
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Travel Blogs from Dodge City
... reputation of the wildest town on the western frontier. There were 19 licensed drinking establishments for a population of 1200! Gambling and houses of prostitution were also in abundance. The prostitutes, called "soiled doves" often were only in the business a few years, leaving to marry and raise a family. This picture depicts the recreated main street.
Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson became legends in cleaning up ...
Our lodging tonight is in Dodge City, Kansas. It is where Wyatt Erp tamed a portion of the Wild West. The time period is preserved in the Boot Hill area, with wooden sidewalks and western building structures. TV's "Gunsmoke" series was based on a Dodge City, and there is even a Gunsmoke Road in downtown. Something I find humorous is that the Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame is in the same building as the Gunslingers Wax Museum!
... repair. Don't worry, the hearing aids still work but don't try to call him on his cell phone cause he won't be able to hear you very well. While we were out, we took a driving tour through the central part of the city, most of which has brick paved streets. Considering how old they must be they're in good condition but no matter how good they might be, riding on them in a Dodge truck makes for a rough ride. We stopped for a Blizzard at DQ, along with everyone else in ...
... hills to FLAT in Kansas. They call Kansas the Wheat State and know I know why. The day ended as I said with me being blinded but the temp was back up 32c and a light breeze - almost perfect.
The only worry I had was a sign outside a factory "Tornado Shelters" and you know where I am.
Only two pics today but will be touring Dodge again tomorrow morning so lots more then.
... was when I noticed we were running paralell to train tracks, and even more excitingly, there was a train on the way! This time I managed to get the camera in time and took a couple of photos of it, it wasn't quite as long as the one that woke us up in Branson but was pretty impressive nonetheless.
The rest of the journey was much more of the same, huge farms with rolling plains, tall silos and little windmills. We arrived in Dodge City ...