Fairfield Inn Kansas City Independence
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... experiencing a new university will further develop me as a student and as a person. There are many aspects I am excited for as well. For example, Chester, England is a beautiful city and I cannot wait to explore it. It is full of museums, theaters, restaurants, nature preserves...the list is endless. Another super exciting aspect of living in England is being able to explore my love for Harry Potter. I will finally be able ...
... airport. The ride was full of anticipation soon to be replaced by anxiety as Lisa dropped us off at the curbside checki-in. We had arrived a couple of minutes too late for curb side so the steward rushed us and our bags to the line and said he would see if he could get us in, at least our bags. He knew a guy. Successfully getting our bags checked our next problem was getting me checked, Lauri had already checked in online and had a QR on her ...
... after the day's adjusted and enhanced travel arrangements and engaged in an impromptu snack fest as we gobbled up an array of junk food we bought for our in-flight entertainment. We were starvin marvins. We knew there was a surprise from Lauri's mom on the way via Lisa but the temptation was too great. As we finished the first bottle and began on the next, Lisa, David and a very tall Andrew pulled up, unloaded and presented to us a full-out turkey dinner complete with a whole ...
... his life, and which viewing the Truman history is still the predominant reason for anyone visiting Independence.
I first went to the Truman National Historic Visitation Center, which is located in an old commercial building off of the town square. I was told by a park ranger that the first tour of the Truman Home would begin shortly and was given directions how to get there. It was less than a half mile, so I casually walked the ...
... tour. That museum brought back so many memories. Not only was there farm stuff, but a little bit of the normal everyday life stuff from farm equipment to furniture to many different household appliances some dating back to the late 1800s. I loved it. I would like to go back in October to experience their festival when they will actually fire up the steam tractors and ...