La Quinta Inn & Suites Kansas City Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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... the capital of Kansas if you were unaware). But enough about Kansas, let me tell you about Kansas City. We woke up Thursday morning without any real agenda and our only true desire was to enjoy some world-famous BBQ for lunch. We started off visiting what we though was going to be just an outside sculpture garden but turned out that Sculpture Park was the entrance way to Nelson Atkins Museum of Art. If you have been following ...
This morning we slept in until 7:30 before getting dressed and going to look at the Casino. We spent $10 and made (and lost) $17. We then checked out of the hotel and headed to the Saint Louis Science Center - a child's paradise (and mine). It was tons of fun going to see all the exhibits, especially the energy exhibit (big surprise). We then headed on our way. In Weldon Springs we stopped at the Weldon Spring Site or lovingly referred to as ...
Here we are! Day 1 of our 25 day trip through Europe. The first stop was to get boarding passes and then get lunch. Starbucks was a definite highlight. We first fly to Washington DC, then an 8 hour overnight flight to England. Hopefully I can ...
9:30 AM – Marydorsey Wanless and Kelly Watt (trip leaders) and the other members of the Washburn group to Peru met by the United Airlines ticket counter at the Kansas City International Airport. Everyone is very excited and ready to travel to Peru!
11:42 AM – We depart on United Airlines (UA) flight 5790 from Kansas City to Houston International Airport on United Express. We arrived at Houston ...
... extremely moist, and so tender that they could be cut with a fork. The pork and beans were very tasty, with a hint cinnamon (we think). The slaw was also very good, not to wet and not too dry – just right. The fries were over the top – imagine three wedges, each about an eighth of a regular potato! They were crisp and crunchy on the outside and light on the inside. In the end, we both agreed that while the ribs and ...