Holiday Inn Express Abilene
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Abilene
... money made from sales of patent medicines. Turns out one of the "medicine" was 90% alcohol. Sales were high as Kansas was a "dry" state.
Gentle in Manner, Strong in Deed summed up Eisenhower (and is the title of a book written about him). One quote we particularly liked:
If you want a sense of security, go live in a prison. (Robert thinks Steven Harper ...
... in the US considered the Adirondacks as the divide between east and west. Later it became Missouri and Kansas as these were the starting points for the migration west first by covered wagon and later by rail. Jesse and Frank James and their gang operated in Missouri and Frank spent time in the Independence jail. Wild Bill Hickok was well known in Independence and served here in Abilene Here is a picture of the jail - ...
... a.m! Pretty sure all reading this were still sleeping while all of this excitement was occurring. Happy to report that things are back to calm and we are more than halfway to Breckenridge. Mike's driving us through the flats of Kansas, Jeff is in the Co-Drivers seat, Alicia is taking a siesta along with two sleepy puppies. As for me, I'm going to sit back, chillax and enjoy the view, or paint my fingers or read a magazine or....... - let the adventure continue ...
... It was Dwight D. Eisenhower. This is the first President Jim and I remember from our childhood so it was exciting for this to be our first visit to his library. We learned a lot of information that we didn’t know such as there were 6 boys in the family and all were very successful. The boyhood home was considered by the city of Abilene to be on the wrong side of the tracks so for all six boys to have come from that area and be ...
... from CT and James was the third from NJ.
A few hours after lunch we finally started to see the Rocky Mountains off in the distance and the prairies gave way to more rugged land. We arrived in Denver around 5:15, by far the earliest we’d succeeded in stopping for the night.
We stayed with James’ friend, Eric, who is in Denver getting a PhD in some sort of science we don’t understand. ...