Extended Stay America - Kansas City - Overland Park - Quivira Rd.
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Topeka to Independence what a ride. There is no signs saying you are crossing the state line. So we missed a picture opportunity. We will try and make it up along the way. We had visitors this evening Jeff, Beth, Jenifer, & Chandi stopped by our hotel. We had a great visit with them. Miss Chandi looked great after all she has been ...
... eat before you die. I'm not sure it's that high up on the list for me, but we all agreed the BBQ was phenomenal. We had a bit of an artistic day where the boys found their inner artists- at Hallmark's Kaleidoscope. Additionally, we saw "A Year With Frog and Toad" at the children's Coterie Theatre. Thank you ...
Today we leave St. Louis, but stop at the Cathedral Basilica, as the Tripadvisor suggests. It turns out to be totally worth it!
This massive cathedral is built in roman-catholic style, built in 1907. We participate some of the ongoing Sunday mass. The church interior is just beautiful and stunning, Jeanny says this ...
... amp; make official reservations at hotels; I'm getting hives just thinking of it - but we did it!
[Greta & Molly are giggling at me now- they vacation with me, always having a secret detailed itinerary made without telling me, but instead making casual suggestions for the day's activities over breakfast. Thank you ladies for figuring me out!].
So here is the plan:
We will be taking an overnight flight on the way there & ...
... and the bay as we landed. I bought a pair of those Dr. Scholles insoles to replace my worn out original ones. Admittedly it wasn't the comfort of the old ones as much as their epic stank that convinced me to wear the airport for a new pair. It's always nice when you find an item you expect to cost (and are willing to pay) $50, for only $8. The clerk even let me borrow a sharp pair of Fiskar's scissors to cut then to shape (inside ...