Days Inn Overland Park
Travel Blogs from Overland Park
After spending my Sunday afternoon driving along the Mississippi river and staying the night in a random campground near a lake, I finally arrived in Kansas City, which is actually not in Kansas but in Missouri. But actually, part of the suburbs are in Kansas, including the place where one of my ex-colleagues works and lives.
I have the same …
there is nothing on the river but sketchy bars and "gentleman's" clubs. lots of stuff downtown. thought I'd been in KC before but guess I was just in the 'burbs. I was near a university so guess I can figure out where that is. can't believe there are so many stores in the 'burbs.
... dinner. Our server, was efficient but definitely not on the warm and fuzzy side. I asked for a house cabernet (all four choices ranged from $11-14) and she ended up bringing me one that was not on the list and cost $17. I didn't think that was very nice.
But I don't want to dwell on that because we loved the ...
... and toured the WW1 National Museum at Liberty Memorial. Talk about a well thought out and interesting tour. Of course it began with a 12 minute recap movie about the events leading up to the War. Then you walked around the two different museum rooms that jetted off to the left and right of the movie room. The right side had all sorts of war memorabilia collected from all over Europe. Everything from uniforms, letters to loved ...
... get your food and go and tables and then seat yourself at the booths. All the while the servers at the counters are yelling to the cooks in the back..."single beef" "one rack of ribs" "extra meat half and half". It reminded us of our own local haunt, "Pats" or "Genos"...with the servers yelling "wit or wit out"...etc. Not only did we like the place, we LOVED the actual reason we were there, the BBQ. It ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed