BEST WESTERN PLUS Kansas City Airport-KCI East
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Today the journey began! My mom and I drove to Kansas City in order for me to board my flight early tomorrow morning. It took a while to get going because I kept remembering last minute things, and even when we got to Kansas City we had to make several emergency supply stops because apparently I forgot to pack my brain (my mom was thrilled about this). However, all worked out and we ended up getting to ...
Well, today is the day for trip number 2 of the summer! I can't believe that I am currently on the plane in transit to Detroit and then to Paris! I've been planning this trip a lot longer than the other trip, so it is pretty exciting to think that it is finally here!
We should have wifi at most of the hotels that we are staying at. I will do my best to frequently update this blog, but I do know that we have a TON of ...
... there is nothing exciting in Kansas because actually the entire drive was made relatively exciting by the presence of a continuous and massive storm with lightning flashing through the sky every minute and wind blowing hard enough to shake the car. I became slightly terrified when meteorologist Patrick looked up the local weather and saw that we were in a tornado advisory area. We then spent much of the long, boring ...
This morning we slept in until 7:30 before getting dressed and going to look at the Casino. We spent $10 and made (and lost) $17. We then checked out of the hotel and headed to the Saint Louis Science Center - a child's paradise (and mine). It was tons of fun going to see all the exhibits, especially the energy exhibit (big surprise). We then headed on our way. In Weldon Springs we stopped at the Weldon Spring Site or lovingly referred to as ...
... each of which represents 9,000 war-related deaths. That visual on its own is a sobering way to begin the journey through this beautifully-laid out museum. The time lines along the wall gave us pause to look at what was happening 100 years ago today, as things were beginning to really heat up.