Holiday Inn Express Lawrence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 39;Helvetica Neue', 'Segoe UI', Helvetica, Arial, 'Lucida Grande', sans-serif; line-height: normal;">"I haven't been taking my medication for like a week, I've just been having such a good time."
"**** Brian, he's a waste of time. (10 minutes later) let's go to the rafferty to see Brian!"
... Lawrence, KS. It is a very boring ride, plus it is very hot; in the high 90’s. Tomorrow will be worse; 8 hours across Kansas to Colorado Springs. We keep urging Karen to try driving their RV, but so far no luck. We said "what if Mike got hurt and couldn’t drive?" She said that she would leave him and fly home. So we think Mike might be driving the whole time. I have tried to set an example by driving our motorhome, but it hasn’t phased ...
... many built of light-colored limestone common in eastern
Kansas. I have some acquaintances who went to college here; I can see how they
would have some very fond memories. There are a couple museums on campus
including one of natural history and the Sumner Art Museum. I thought the
Sumner is one of the better college art museums I’ve seen in my travels. There
are many that are mostly gallery space for changing exhibitions ...
The capital of Kansas is a medium sized city of under
150,000 people named Topeka. I stopped at a motel once before in Topeka in 1989
on my return drive to New York after a na´ve and unsuccessful attempt to assert
my independence and start a new life on my own in San Diego after college. The
car I had at the time had cruise control (the Jeep I’ve owned since 1999 does
not), and one of the things I recall was crossing the ...
Friday morning in Nashville, set to be in Denver by the next evening - 1200 miles between. Piece of cake.
The day went somewhat slowly as I babied the clutch, accelerating like a sloth but keeping the RPM a little closer to 3000, where the clutch seemed to be stronger and not slip as much. I was determined to make it to Denver unscathed, which would be a much better location to find a shop to doctor up my poor Tacoma, or at least a better ...