Kansas City Marriott Downtown
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Unbelievable hotel. Stayed on the 19th floor looking out the convention center area. Eased the heartbreak of being away from my family on Christmas.
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... in this trip). As it turns out, there was no actual drug inspection and the blue flashing lights ahead were posted on top of poles to imitate police presence. The goal of the trap is to scare and intimidate drivers with drugs on them so that they will pull off on their exit and dispose of their drugs or reroute to make an illegal turn at which point the police have reason to pull them over and search them for drugs. Well, I lied when ...
... a little bit and then headed for dinner. We ate at Joes Kansas City Barbecue. If you think you have had good barbecue before it is nothing compared to joes. It's in the top 13 places to eat before you die and is considered one of the best BBQ places in the United States. After dinner we went and walked around the Loose Park Rose Garden, a 75 acre beautiful park and garden. Then we drove around and looked at the city. It was relaxing and a lot of ...
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 ...
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We departed at 4:30 PM – United 854 for Lima, Peru. Flight duration » 6 ½ hours.
We arrived on time at 11:05 PM at Lima's Jorge Chavez International Airport. We were met by the transfer agent and a bus. After a 45 minute ride, we arrived at our hotel in Miraflores., the ALLPA HOTEL. It was a very quiet and nice small hotel, but It was a short night since we will have to leave at 5:30 ...
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