Hampton Inn Hays-North of I-70
Travel Blogs from Hays
... today. After a couple of hours the sky started to cloud over again, and my thoughts turned to tornadoes. Thankfully we did not see any. Kansas has a lot of farm land. Crop after crop, cow after cow. At least there was a few rolling hills, but the few small towns we rode through were so small you whizzed by them in about 3 minutes. Near the end of the day some of the fields had oil wells. I wondered as we rode by, if the farmers ...
Denny's first job out of college was with A.C. Nielsen. The company sent him to Denver for a month with lodging at the historic Argonaut Hotel across the street from the Capitol Building. After we were married, Denny and I visited Denver during one of our summer vacations. At that time we enjoyed a wonderful ...
... is to clear roads no oncoming cars for as far as the eye can see. Yes, the telephone poles went whizzing by fast.
Today I'm headed to Central or Western Colorado trying to stay below the wildfires in Colorado Springs. I can already feel the magnetism of the Rockies drawing me there. I can't wait to be two wheeling in the Rockies again!
This will be a great riding day.
... were only calling for a severe thunderstorm but those clouds were awfully black and looked like they could funnel at any time. When we found a rest area, we stopped, had our dinner and by then the storm had passed. When we arrived in Ellis, the sun was out and we had a very comfortable evening for our first night on the ...
Visited The Eisenhower museum and library in Abilene, Kansas . It was educational and interesting to learn about his life. He was 1 of 6 boys born on the wrong side of the tracks. They all graduated college and had professional careers. However, he wasn't adorable. What was adorable was visiting a miniature horse farm. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking