Quality Inn South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
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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 ...
It's the start of our road trip. First stop is Wichita, Kansas. We headed off on our adventure at 1pm after shopping at Michaels, Petco, Walmart and Target in Omaha. We left a little later than hoped but didn't mind provided we arrived in Wichita before dark. The road trip went smoothly with no issues and we arrived at 5:45pm after our 4 hour 45 minute drive. The ...
... we drove into Wichita to see my grandparents' old house where my mother was born and raised, and did a few touristy things as well. We visited the "Keeper of the Plains", a 44-ft. steel sculpture standing at the confluence of the Big and Little Arkansas rivers with hands raised in supplication to the Great Spirit. We were also able to go out to Janis and Jim's dairy farm to ...
... 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 ...