Hampton Inn Kansas City Airport

Address: 11212 North Newark Circle, Kansas City, Missouri, 64153, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 11212 North Newark Circle, Kansas City.
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Travel Blogs from Kansas City

Examining The True Heat Pump Cost Of Ownership

A travel blog entry by sethart24 on Dec 11, 2014

... sense of productivity. The exact same can be said in the northern regions of the globe wherein it's normally thirty degrees below zero for several months in a year. People need to accept that they are humans - frail and not at all prepared to live in extreme temperatures. When one is making way of living options concerning exactly what's the finest value for his money, a lot of people only concern the up-front price ...

Evaluating The True Heat Pump Cost Of Ownership

A travel blog entry by sethart24 on Dec 11, 2014

... skilful professional to assess the feasibility, deal with the technical problems and help him acquire and install the ideal unit, for him to be able to produce the expected outcomes on his heat pump cost investment. Some individuals are not sure about how to examine costs of things they need in their everyday living, such as heat pump cost. Heat pumps do not create heat; they merely move it. One has the up-front heat ...

Assessing The True Heat Pump Cost Of Ownership

A travel blog entry by sethart24 on Dec 10, 2014

... of efficiency. The very same can be said in the northern regions of the globe wherein it's normally thirty degrees below zero for several months in a year. People need to accept that they are humans - frail and not at all prepared to live in extreme temperatures. When one is making way of living selections regarding exactly what's the best value for his money, a lot of people just concern the up-front price and do not ...

Still humming along toward home

A travel blog entry by oregonnscaler on Jul 03, 2014

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The weather continued to be hot and humid as we headed west out of Kentucky Tuesday morning. We got a late start getting out of Georgetown (I admit, I overslept!) but made it to Louisville by about 12:30. Found a nice antique mall that also had a nice little cafe in the basement. They cook their own smoked meats and pastries, and the food was really good.

Crossed into southern Indiana and ran into a huge thunderstorm coming through. Poured ...

A Day In Jail

A travel blog entry by david.pierce on Oct 15, 2013

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... there well before check-in, so I decided to stop in Independence, Missouri. This city is well known for several things, but I was most familiar with it from playing the Oregon Trail computer game in elementary school way back in the day. Independence was the town that the US Congress defined as the start of the Oregon Trail. The City saw prosperity in the mid-1800's as businesses sprang up to outfit westbound travelers. Louis and Clark ...