Harrah's North Kansas City
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... 200 miles off before our next stop. It had stopped raining and the mist had gone but no sunshine (bit like a typical English November day). The countryside is now very flat and given over to massive agricultural fields of maize, other crops and cattle. The land was littered with huge 300-400m long traversing irrigation systems - not required today of course. The landscape was also full of grain silos and what looked like a food processing factories were ...
... in teenage years, since it is precisely the physical body that is needed to transform in often overwhelmeding. Sport has consequently also influence your morale. Studies show that youth who play sporting activities are more valued self-image that they are much less disheartened (according to study carried out by Inserm). When a sporting activity ...
... I clearly was going with or without him, so I guess he is going with me. I guess I'll let him pick a few places to go. If we can make it through this trip without killing or hating each other I think we'll both be surprised. I think we are almost ...
... but earlier than if we had waited for the airline to fly us.
With a little "paper work", I got:
1) United to refund all bag fees
2) United refunded a small amount of money for the flight from Denver to Kansas City
3) AGI travel insurance to pay for the rental car!
What a way to end a fabulous trip!
... dinner was at the 54th Street Grill in Lees Summit. With baseball on the restaurant TVs – featuring the Baltimore Orioles taking on the Kansas City Royals – Owen was right in his element, watching baseball in a dining establishment. Owen enjoyed reuniting with his family – and the Fruits’ – and Hayley was thrown right amongst the plentiful Midwestern hospitality. Being back the Missouri ...