Hampton Inn Kansas City/Shawnee Mission
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... was forecast to go downhill so passed this
time on touring the city more broadly. My goal was to go to the Nelson-Atkins Art
Museum, considered one of the best in the Midwest and country overall. It was
Sunday morning so the museum didn’t open too early, so I killed some time
wandering around the Country Club Plaza area. It’s a posh shopping and
residential area close to the museum and about four miles from downtown that
was developed in ...