Embassy Suites Kansas City - International Airport
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... of stops that day! Since shopping is not a priority with us, we were able to skip all that and just enjoy the quaint downtowns and all the other sights. We both enjoyed the whole trip - so many different experiences!
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Sunday, September 28th, - Kansas City, MO
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... major construction, so it was hard to see what was around us since we were also trying to make sure we found our right lanes and exits. The highway took us right by the Anheiser Busch brewery and, of course, Busch Stadium, home of the Cardinals, that was just across the roadway.
After St. Louis, we crossed the Missouri River a couple of times as we traveled across the state of Missouri, and finally got into Kansas City about 7:30 p.m. ...