Fairfield Inn Hays
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- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Business Services
- Meal plan
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... 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 ...
Since we got to Kansas City pretty late yesterday we weren't able to see a few things we had been planning on seeing so we woke up early had a quick breakfast and headed off towards the middle of the city. First we went to "The Money Museum" at the federal reserve where they try to brain wash people into believing that they do the country good. Jordan brought his pocket knife in so they had to hold it ...
Here's some things that made our trip easier:
Solar panels, large inverter and battery capacity all combined to make us self-sufficient and allowed us to boondock (no hookups) so we only went to a campground every five days or so.
TomTom GPS - this was one of the most valuable tools of our trip. It guided us from beginning to end and never let us down.
Baby wipes and paper ...
Oh Kansas, where have you been all my life? lol just kidding, so far Kansas has been a lot of fields, hay barrels, and torrential rain (I drove through a couple of monsoons yesterday). I was abl to stop by for dinner with my relatives Uncle Aaron, Bonnie, and Kai in Lawrence, Kansas on the way. Thank you so much guys! ...
We left Snowmass/Aspen early Wednesday morning on Rt 82 towards Independence Pass. We had forgotten how beautiful it is up there and we enjoyed our brief walk around the boardwalks. There were still patches of snow all around. We then descended around Mt Elbert and the Twin Lakes and saw where the Arkansan River heads. We saw the college peaks (five peaks over 14,000 ' almost in a row). We went down ...