Hampton Inn Topeka
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Travel Blogs from Topeka
... in the 1880s that was used by the Santa Fe line and a biplane built in 1911. We enjoyed a casual walk through the museum exploring these and many more items,
After ice cream, we all returned to the RV to enjoy chatting with Corky and Pam. It was late by the time we said emotional goodbyes to Corky and Pam since we are rolling down the road tomorrow. It was wonderful to have the three siblings (Tammy, Barbara, and Corky) together for a few days of catching ...
... be made since it had been so long since he had seen any of us. It was a little emotional as we left since he was very surprised and happy to see the ladies.
On Monday evening we went out to Corky and Pam's home for a very nice barbecue. We enjoyed catching up with their children and meeting more extended family and friends. It was a very nice evening of conversation and story-telling. ...
... campground. The bull, we saw the next morning. They estimate some
one-hundred fifty moose in this valley and over ten times as many
elk! For the convenience of we pretenders, most parks have scenic drives that allow for wildlife
photos, like these, to be taken from the safety of the road or, better yet, from the
comfort of the car!
We have visited so many wonderful parks
this year that picking the “best” is tough for me, ...
... in Sayre, OK. We wanted to drive through this little town as this was the location for the filming of The Grapes of Wrath. Looking at the old abandoned buildings the dusty roads and the lack of people around I can say that the movie producers probably didn't need to change much. It was a bit depressing but in an odd way it was a neat place to visit after having recently read The Grapes of Wrath.
Our next stop was Elk City, ...
... constitutes the best. It is rub versus sauce. Some areas declare sauce is what makes the difference and some call sauce gooey stuff that is only necessary if the meat is not cooked properly. Kansas City has me confused as the owners used rubs and offered sauces. Best of both worlds I guess. In the end the meat decides it for me and it was tender. The one mile detour was worth the trip.
Now we have been traveling some long days on the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking