Hyatt Place Topeka
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Monday 21 September
A beautiful day for flying! Nice and cool, bright blue skies and smooth conditions. Our thanks to Allen and Laura for a fun stay (we'd missed Laura’s company though, but understand sometimes you have to work!).
We were heading east and planned a fuel stop at Colorado Plains Regional, just outside the town of Akron, CO, just half an hour away. On the ground again at 0815hrs, and upon checking ...
Kansas is a hot, dry and windy place or at least it was on Sunday as we visited downtown Topeka. We saw the beautiful capital building and several churches. Grace Episcopal Cathedral which is the seat of the Episcopal Diocese in Kansas was one of the churches we found. There were a couple people coming out to the parking lot as Jim was out taking pictures. One of the people was the Youth Minister of the church. If he was looking for new youth for the church ...
Unfortunately, the few things of interest to do in Colorado Springs weren't available on a Sunday so we made the decision to just leave town and move on. We were entering the heartland of America with nothing but cows, cornfields and truck stops. It turned out to be a day of driving, ending up in Topeka, Kansas. Actually, from here on out would be just a mission to drive home and not make a whole lot of stops for two main reasons: there really ...
We had such a full day seeing all the sights around Topeka we decided to stay another night. Tomorrow we have another jam packed day as we finish up sightseeing here in Topeka and then head out to Kansas City. It's been fun seeing the all the small towns, barns, and ...
Continue to the cathedral. This is the most impressive monument in the Plaza de Armas. Its construction began in 1560 and ended only in 1654. It took nearly a century to complete. For this purpose hundreds of stones were extracted and transported from the fortress of Sacsayhuaman under the command of the Ecclesiastical Council and the burden of thousands of Indians. The tour ends at the Coricancha also known as "The Temple of the ...