Hilton Garden Inn Kansas City
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... here instead of pouring money into Isis. I said "is it still a huge issue?" Trying to figure out what the problem was, and he laughed and said "they chopped off their heads and use them as badges." And I thought to myself 'oh we're getting into this conversation' Aka they are today's police force, yet he didn't mention a word about Ferguson. He later went on to say how "you" (whites) drove out the Indians and treated them with such cruelty and did similar things ...
... in one bite. The burnt ends did not disappoint and were almost as tender as the prime beef rib. They didn’t taste burnt at all despite their name. They were basically like pulled pork in square form except better. There was literally no sauce needed for anything here but the regular BBQ sauce gave the meat a sweeter taste that sat easy on the palate and went down smoothly. The spicy sauce was the same except for a slight kick that began about halfway ...
Menu Item: Ribs & Brisket Plate with Spicy Slaw
Notes: Today was one of the first days after they changed their name from Oklahoma Joe's to Joe's Kansas City
Comments: Best ribs I've ever eaten. They had a unique taste unlike anything I've ever tasted before. The dry rub on them was perfect. The meat just fell off the bone and was extremely tender. The tender, medium cut brisket had an initial smoky bite to it ...
... City. Unfortunately the sites were colsed, but we could not leave without seeing the Pony Express: The Pony Express was founded by William H. Russell, William B. Waddell, and Alexander Majors. Plans for the Pony Express were spurred by the threat of the Civil War and the need for faster communication with the West. The Pony Express consisted of relays of men riding horses carrying saddlebags of mail across a 2000-mile trail. The service opened officially on April 3, 1860, when ...
... it had a computer chip in it. This really stumped them. The clerk admitted to seeing a credit card once before, but never a chipped card which requires a whole different process than the average credit card. After the help of the manager, myself, and the ghost of Sam Walton we finally managed to process the $22 transaction.
I am happy to report that all is not bad in the state of Kansas. There is is one shining spot on the corner ...