Days Inn Salina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After watching Emily and Calie pass through TSA Security, I jumped in my SUV and started my journey East...However, I neeedd some energy and comfort food so I stopped at an airport Dunkin Donuts for an Apple Fritter and Ice Coffee...I had already made the decision not to take advantage of an invite to Tucson or stop in Branson, Missouri...the …
... Branson, MO I encounter several traffic jams on the Interstate, we actually come to a complete stop on a number of occasions. The 35 mile drive to Springfield takes about 90 minutes. (Doh!) If you didn't get the Simpsons reference, you may be too old. All of the traffic jams happen around on-ramps, and is due to Labor Day RV/Boat traffic and the fact that 'Mericans are the worst mergers ever! (See below)
All things considered a ...
... rolling it was clear that our spare was wobbling dangerously. We made it safely at 40 mph on the interstate with a speed limit of 70. Found a service station with air, but it was closed.
Good fortune struck again when we called an "in case of emergency" number for Steve. I called and as it turns out, Steve not only said he would come so we could get air, but he also sold tires. The only problem was ...
We traveled from Chappell, Nebraska today to Salina, Kansas. I have tried to think of something interesting or humorous to say about the drive, but the only words that come to mind are: rain, wheat, corn, sorghum, rain, monotony, clouds, rain, and boredom.
We did go through some very small towns and they are always interesting. The homes were small, but different; i.e., not all the same style like we see in some neighborhoods at ...
We decided that we wanted to take a little hike today before leaving the Rockies and heading back east. We got up and had breakfast and then began to pack up. Camping has been fun, but I am glad that we are done with it. Last night was pretty cold sleeping and it will be nice to not have to wash dishes with cold water again and get out all of the camping gear.
We wanted to hike on a trail that lead to an old abandoned mine, but I think that half of the ...