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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... were required to detour around a MOA which turned out to be an Army Air Force Base! The Kansas River came into view – we were heading for Philip Billard Municipal airport just off to the north of the River and here the camera battery became 'exhausted’! (A little like the pilot who hadn’t done a three sector day for some considerable time!)
It was 1815hrs by the time we had taxied to the apron and shut down ...
... which adds even more interest in the downtown area.
On our way to Lawrence we went by the Reuter Organ Company. Reuter is a large pipe organ company that’s been around since 1917. Jim has worked with Reuter on some of the pipe combination organs he built over his last 15 or so years in the organ business. They were closed for the holiday but who knows we may go by on our way out of the area tomorrow as we head east. I’ll let you ...
... I'm afraid that when we booked our room I didn't realize that on the other side of our hallway we would have had a view of the BNSF facilities here. This Ramada is much like a palace with fountains and pools in the lobby, and vegetation everywhere. Our room is very high class, the nicest yet. Our room here is actually costing us less than the dumpy room in Vernal. Speaking of trains, Topeka used to be the corporate headquarters of ...
... and the millions of people who walked by we got very little sleep.
Up early we called the car hire company to pick us up before heading off on our little road trip. The guy went to the wrong hotel but eventually came to pick us up and away we went
With a 4th of July Goofy beanie on the dash and "God Bless the USA" playing on the iPod, we were ready to begin our Old Fashioned 4th of July long weekend.
It's been awhile since we headed east and so we were excited for something different. As we headed out of town we saw all the usual Fireworks advertisements that we usually ignore. This time they caught our eye just because we were looking for signs of the holiday and ...