Hampton Inn Salina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Salina
... to Salina, Kansas. That's about 7 hours. I took a nap. I also worked on a book of our trip. I played with things from my travel backpack-my sticker book, read a book by Bill Cosby. And I ate some snacks. Eden and I played tic-tac-toe. Once we got here I helped Daddy again with the back rack and we all worked together to set up camp. The kids went exploring. We found ...
... cows, harvesting, heat to McPherson where we had lunch and pootled around the hot spots. After 5 mins doing this we went to hotel! No, seriously it was slightly more happening than other places we have been to. People are friendly and in our unofficial survey of why people like Kansas people have said that the people are friendly. One said Walmart is open 24 hours as her reason but I dont think she had ever ...
... Osama Bin Laden. We owe so much to these brave men! We passed through Sedgwick, Kansas where my Howell/Bowersox family is from. I plan to stop there on my return part of trip. I have a whole new family to research....my biological father, Howard Osborn. Our next stop will be Denver to spend 4 days with Susan, Ty and girls. Not sure if I will have time to blog, those grandchildren keep me busy! I assure you, that you will hear from me again. Love and hugs, Jean and ...
Up early, showers, breakfast at the motel, and leaving Denver, heading to Salina, Kansas (our destination for tonight) by around 10. What a different day of driving across hwy 70. Flat, green, not much to take pictures of. We did see some wind turbines around Bovina. We also had to call OnStar because we are having trouble using the internet in the car. ...
... br> waves. Just off the roads were fantastic dilapidated barns and houses; there's
something more story-worthy and photogenic about a paint-peeled barn situated
behind a long-since picked over field. It's picturesque the way the black dirt
clumps under the bodies of dead, discolored husks. That's not to say that the
farms still in use didn't shine their own rays of splendor; the yellow-brown
wheat pockmarked by (yes) mud puddles, the foot high corn stalks just taking ...