La Quinta Inn & Suites Wichita
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Texas and the IHOP was playing it too during our dinner. The accents here are getting more southern too, but at this stage we are able to understand each other. Sam's ear is taking a while to come right. She is using an application that is removing a lot of gunk, but she is still having hearing difficulty. The weather has warmed up again after a few folder days up north. The tropical storm hitting the east coast isn't affecting here at all, so we are lucky yo be away from ...
... pretty boring - lots of corn fields and the area is so flat with no hills at all. In Wichita we checked into the Wesley Inn, which is used by families using the Wesley hospital across the road. We had skipped lunch so immediately got some dinner at Panere. We both got pasta and I had a nice salad, whilst Sam got a flatbread with turkey (she is loving turkey at the ...
... made Dan really ready to be home! All the campsites here are huge and all grass -- they can be back-in, front-in, or pull-thru sites, whatever you want them to be. In the trees around us you hear zillions of locusts "singing" -- a cacophony of different sounds, all of which are loud. It's windy and hot here -- but then, it's summer. We are very near where my cousin and her ...
... have to be one of my Favorite parts of vacay! I love getting to talk with Kevin with NO INTERUPTIONS :) We watch movies together (this time we watched American Sniper, an episode of Game of Thrones, and an episode of Breaking Bad), drink cheap airplane wine, and cuddle. It was a great flight and before I knew it, we were NOT in Kansas anymore Toto...we were in Berlin Germany Baby!
... and eye-opening experience. Everything you think you know about it is true. Corn and wheat fields as far as the eye can see. Flat lands that stretch into the horizon, peppered by the occasional farmhouse, barn, farm equipment, herd of cattle, etc. Tractors and pickups fill the country roads. Most of the Kansas that we saw would not exactly be described as a tourist mecca, but we really enjoyed it. We started out in Wichita. Very laid-back, as far ...