Ramada Conference Center
Travel Blogs from Kansas City
... was top notch from beginning to end food-wise. Bryan had the rib eye and I had the prime rib. It was melt in your mouth good. We kept saying, "this is sooo good". No room for dessert.
After dinner we walked around the area and then headed back to the hotel. We were too full to go and have a drink. I know...gettn' old. ...
... distance so he suggested their buffet. It was $14 pp and included everything you could imagine. All was great experience except the attitude of the omelet maker who was sure to tell Bryan and I both that he couldn't wait to be done work at 1:00 p.m. oh well.
After breakfast, we rode over to the Union Station, which is the train station in town and has a grandiose feel and architecture similar to our own(smaller ...
... and you get used to hearing the staff yell, it becomes a backdrop as you enjoy savoring the food. I don't know if the meat or the sauce was what made it so good...but we both agreed that it was the best BBQ we had ever had!
Then it was off to the game! WE couldn't believe the crowd at the exit(Exit 9 off of I-70) it was only 6:00 and the game didn't start til 7:00...or so we thought. It wasn't ...
... She is buried next to her daughter, Jeff's Aunt Maxine. It was bittersweet. The rest of the day was uneventful except that Jeff had a "first" today. We listened to an audio book all the way from Salina, Missouri to Denver, Colorado (about 7 hours) where we are spending the night. And he didn't complain once, but I can't be sure ...
... were leaving the RV park I saw the Yesteryear Museum with a lot of old farm equipment sitting outside so I decided to stop in for a visit just to see what was there. I am glad I did. Cathy wasn’t the bit interested so she stayed in the motor home and read her book. That was fine with me so in I went. I was the only person there so the vice-president of the museum gave me ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility