Days Inn Overland Park
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... experiencing a new university will further develop me as a student and as a person. There are many aspects I am excited for as well. For example, Chester, England is a beautiful city and I cannot wait to explore it. It is full of museums, theaters, restaurants, nature preserves...the list is endless. Another super exciting aspect of living in England is being able to explore my love for Harry Potter. I will finally be able ...
... airport. The ride was full of anticipation soon to be replaced by anxiety as Lisa dropped us off at the curbside checki-in. We had arrived a couple of minutes too late for curb side so the steward rushed us and our bags to the line and said he would see if he could get us in, at least our bags. He knew a guy. Successfully getting our bags checked our next problem was getting me checked, Lauri had already checked in online and had a QR on her ...
... and Christmas dinner hosted by Molly and Tom Pitney - always a great celebration.
Unfortunately, Dec. 27 my dad was admitted to the hospital suffering from congestive heart failure. Dad was discharged on Dec. 30 and is currently in a skilled care center for rehab. We are in the process of relocating Dad from his retirement center to an assisted living community, which has delayed our return to the Florida ...
... use is permitted in museums’ permanent
collections, but there are still a few that don’t allow it. I was surprised
that the Nelson-Atkins recently changed its policy to allow flash photography.
They told me that (contrary to widely held belief) the flash of modern digital
cameras does not, in fact, fade paintings. Rather it’s viewed as potentially
disruptive to people viewing the art, but the nelson-Atkins visitation isn’t
... and the
campus is even quite hilly. I suspect it might have been graduation weekend
because downtown was really hopping with lots of clean-cut college age students
and their middle-aged families.
I wandered about campus a little, as I often like to do at
universities, despite the fact that it’s very depressing because it makes me
feel so old. The University of Kansas has a beautiful campus with attractive