La Quinta Inn & Suites Wichita Airport
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Our stay in Wichita was just an overnight ear to break up a long drive into Texas. After breakfast we sorted out some money, had a look at the Michaels and Pet Smart stores in Wichita then hit the road at 11:30am towards Fort Worth, Texas. Again the scenery was pretty flat and uninteresting until a few hills and lakes popped up close to Fort Worth. I filled the car for the first time today and it cost just $29 to fill the tank from below the last quarter (13.5 gallons ...
... 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 ...
... dairy and farming operations -- farming has definitely become very sophisticated through the years. I especially enjoyed their little calves, some born only this week, that drink out of a big bottle -- they can polish it off in less than 5 minutes! The elevation here at our campsite is 1,450 feet, and high temperatures have been in the mid-90's, lows in the low-70's, and sunny.
... I got a little packet with earphones (for the movie), a thing to put over my eyes if I should sleep, AND socks!! I was so excited to see these because my feet were so cold before on the other flight. At one point my hands were cold so I used them as sock puppets and did a play for Kev (he shook his head a lot), good times!
Although the flights to Europe are long, I have to ...
... with attendants dressed in period costume. The visit was like stepping into a time machine, and really solidified our connection of the Dodge City of today with its colorful past.
The next stops in our travel through Kansas saw us spending time going to county fairs, state parks, and to some unusual geological sites. We went to a community beef barbecue, We played cow patty bingo, attended a smallish rodeo, drove through muddy country ...