Quality Inn near Fort Riley
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... s. The second floor wasn't accessible on the tour for fire code reasons, but the guide was quick to confirm that the bedrooms were small and were efficiently used for the sleeping of this large family.
The museum was fairly good sized. It has a lot of boards with the timeline of WWII. Obviously, the dominating events in Ike's life were those surrounding his ascension to the commanding general of the Normandy ...
We're heading out right after lunch to get a head start, the weather is perfect and we are packed and loaded. We took hwy 179 to 87 through Boonville where we jumped onto hwy 5 then at Fayette got on hwy 3 I took a picture of the New Franklin sign showing it was Sara Evans' hometown. Again, the weather is perfect! It's that sun in your face the wind at your back open sky feeling! The coolest ...
... did manage to find an Army Corps of Engineers campground right on a lake not far from the Preserve. The sites are nice and well shaded and the facilities, which include flush toilets and showers, seem to be well kept. This definitely turned out to be a good alternative to our original plans. We did decide to only spend 1 day at Tallgrass (we originally thought 2 days), so we'll be moving on a little further west tomorrow and ...
We're hitting the road today from Kansas to Colorado for day 4 of straight highway driving. Our campsite in the middle of the woods in Ohio was beautiful but very remote. Then we drove all day and evening to an even more remote site in the middle of the woods in Missouri. It was a little clearing in huge middle of the woods in a state conservation area. It poured for most of the drive and all night so everything got soaked. We packed up early yesterday morning en route to Kansas. ...
... is a treasure trove of delight and wonder and thrills visitors young and "young at heart."
It was amazing to see all the collectable items of interest. There were rooms dedicated to all the main characters. The Tin man, The Lion, The Scarecrow, Glenda the Good Witch and The Bad Witch as well as Dorothy. It was fun remembering the story and the characters. I even bought a Christmas tree ornament of the ruby slippers. ...