Knights Inn Overland Park
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Knights Inn Overland Park
Travel Blogs from Overland Park
... all-women's college. The University of Chester is the exact opposite. On one hand, I am super excited for this change. As much as I love Agnes Scott, it will be exciting to see what a big, co-ed school is like; academically, socially, the whole nine yards. However, this unknown territory also comes with a lot of nervousness. I basically feel like I'm a high school senior getting ready for college all over ...
... they couldn't fix the problem we would have to switch planes, tick tock, tick tock. After an eternity the captain announced that all was well and that we would shortly be taking off. Phew! 40 minutes late, if we had known before what we knew then we would have had breakfast and saved a couple of bucks and gray hairs. Anywho, there were no connecting flights to worry about so we just chalked it up to early trip excitement and got settled in for the ...
... use is permitted in museums’ permanent
collections, but there are still a few that don’t allow it. I was surprised
that the Nelson-Atkins recently changed its policy to allow flash photography.
They told me that (contrary to widely held belief) the flash of modern digital
cameras does not, in fact, fade paintings. Rather it’s viewed as potentially
disruptive to people viewing the art, but the nelson-Atkins visitation isn’t
... is lined with restaurants and nice
stores; tall-spired churches, the Douglas County Courthouse, and other
attractive buildings in the native white limestone abound; and the in-town condo
living and loft market in Lawrence is clearly buzzing with several new
buildings under construction. I dinnered, had a few good homemade brews at the
Free State Brewing Company, and concluded Lawrence is one of America’s nicer
... of the band started to find out where we were all from and when Jenny shouted out "England!", we all got a round of applause and she was told that she was officially their number one fan, plus received a wonderful bear hug on the way out!
Dinner was downtown at an Irish pub/restaurant called the Raglan Road Irish Pub where the humidity finally broke into a heavy downpour and we drove, soggy but happy, back to the motel.
Tomorrow St Louis!