Hampton Inn Wichita-East
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Astros. Being the executive chef of the ballpark gets him some really cool memorabilia! We said some tough goodbyes, and departed Houston a little before noon. Besides an uneventful lunch at Arby's, and few bathroom and gas stops, we had a couple of interesting moments during the drive. First, as we were heading back through Dallas, we hit some thunderstorms. The storm dumped a bunch of rain on us as lightning ...
... in Auschwitz Concentration Camp during WWII. Some of the pieces had been smuggled out in different ways, but many were hidden in various places in the camp in the hopes that someday someone would find them. They told a chilling story.
From the Presidential Library, we walked across the common to the Presidential Museum, passing the 11-foot bronze statue of General Eisenhower that stands in the center of the campus. We spent quite a ...
... says it got its name from Wichita being the Air Capital of the World. Really??
We spent some "quality time" this evening at a Dillon food store - a chain which is owned by Kroger. Other than that, we didn't do a whole lot, as it was late afternoon before we arrived and got set up. All in all, not much to report!
... milage considering we are driving our "small home" down the road! After fueling up, we had lunch inside the motorhome in the parking lot at Flying J.
After lunch and fueling up, we drove though part of the area that was so devastated by the tornado just a little over three years ago. We were through Joplin about a month after the tornado hit in 2012, and could not believe at that time the scope of the devastation. It looked like pictures ...
... hit home with me when he asked if we remember the first time we rode a bike. I still remember the capital forest campground and I could feel for the presenter/ father of a kid that participated in the camp when he said he will remember the moment his child rode forever. For the 4th we went to a block party and watched the fireworks and sang along to a bunch of good ol' American country songs. It was great to just relax with the team and celebrate the birth of the greatest country on ...