Ramada Convention Center, Downtown Topeka
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I left Colorado Springs today, heading east bound on I-70 to Topeka, Kansas. On my way out I took route 24 right by the Springs airport... Then I saw this huge wing of a plane literally jetting out from the side of a building so I detoured over to check it out. Turns out that there is a whole plane adjacent to a building, this is actually a …
... helicopter as he was flown out of an area in Vietnam.
We stopped at the Kansas National Guard Museum where Corky showed us the type of 155mm gun on which he served during Vietnam. It was very interesting to see just a little bit of what he did during those years of service.
After lunch we went to the Kansas Museum of History. This is a great museum depicting many interesting elements of Kansas history. Among many other things, they have a ...
... walked up. We enjoyed dinner together just catching up.
On Monday morning, along with Corky and Pam, we visited with Tammy's aunt Vonda and cousin Sandra. They knew we were coming and we enjoyed chatting with them.
We then went to visit Tammy's uncle Carroll. He turns 90 next month. Though he had been told that we were coming, it took a little while for the ...
... Not bad when you
consider that the road is closed during the winter, which can start
in mid October and not end until June! There was plenty of snow still
laying around up there in late July!
Aside from the high Rockies, it is the large
mammals that are the draw here! The Fall River Valley, on the western slope of
the park, gave us our first moose in a long time! We found this
cow and calf bedding down for the night within a mile of ...
... a place to buy a soda or a postcard and share a quick hello with Lucille - it was a rite of passage to stop at Lucille's. All that exists now is a small wooden shack about to collapse but in the town of Hydro is a restaurant - Lucille's Roadhouse in honor of Lucille Hammons. We decided we would eat at Lucille's Roadhouse. The decor was very "route 66" and a fun atmosphere. The food was fine and service was good. After our meal we ...
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool