Ramada Topeka West
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- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... day, the turbulence had built up so it was a bumpy ride at 7,500ft following the highway to Hays. There’s not much radar coverage across the Plains so flight following wasn’t that effective, but Patrick monitored the radio to listen out for any potential conflicts. About an hour into the flight, we picked up a tail wind and the last half hour or so was far more pleasant! After the high altitude airfields we’d got used ...
... which adds even more interest in the downtown area.
On our way to Lawrence we went by the Reuter Organ Company. Reuter is a large pipe organ company that’s been around since 1917. Jim has worked with Reuter on some of the pipe combination organs he built over his last 15 or so years in the organ business. They were closed for the holiday but who knows we may go by on our way out of the area tomorrow as we head east. I’ll let you ...
... we were able to download audio books for free into our phones and play them through Bluetooth in the car. So far we've "read" about 10 books in this trip alone! Some of our favourites: The Land of Stories, The Books of Elsewhere, Across the Wide and Lonesome Prairie, Honey and Because of Mr. Terupt. One book in particular, The Wide and Lonesome Prairie, was especially engaging because it was the diary of a young girl traveling westward with ...
We had such a full day seeing all the sights around Topeka we decided to stay another night. Tomorrow we have another jam packed day as we finish up sightseeing here in Topeka and then head out to Kansas City. It's been fun seeing the all the small towns, barns, and ...
... 8:00 AM – Depart your hotel for the Puno Lake Port. Upon your arrival, a vessel will take you to the floating islands of the Uros. Uros are an ancestral society that inhabits a series of artificial islands built with totora, a reef that grows in the lake. The islands are built by weaving totoras in the places where they grow the thickest and form a natural layer. They build their totora houses over it and cook in the open air to ...