Residence Inn Kansas City Independence
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We figured being in Missouri we needed to stop by Kansas City for some amazing BBQ since the city is known for it!! We stopped at.... We ordered 4 huge meals and shared between the four of us!! We don't think we could eat at another BBQ place again that is how good it was!! After this we drove to a town in the middle of no where (3 hours east of Denver) on I-70 West in Kansas State next to a town called Kanarado (we loved this name) and got a hotel to get some shut ...
... the hotel, we checked-in to the next and found an amazing noodle bar, a chain restaurant that sold every type of noodle from mac and cheese, pasta to Thai dishes. I had quite the lunch. We were planning on going to the museum again, but Jonathan watched the football and I went to the hotel gym. After making a plan for the next leg of the journey, Jonathan took me to the Cheesecake Factory- a restaurant that sells nice food and incredible cheese cake. I ate ...
... must have been 5 weddings in the grounds outside and lots of people playing frisbee. We both really like the city - trees everywhere and lovely houses and building. The city centre looks like a Mediterranean town and has lots of mosaics and tiles around the place. Neither of us expected to like it here so much, so decided to spend another day here to explore. We had a drive around and were surprised how there didn't ...
... short film sets the stage for your visit. Truman was a VP and became president in the first year of his term when Roosevelt died (not unexpectedly). He was immediately thrust into the end of WW II in Europe, the Potsdam meetings with Churchill and Stalin and the decision to use atomic bombs on Japan, ending that war. During this term and his second term, he (against advice and popular opinion) acknowledged the new state of ...
shifting sandbars and collapsing banks as they struggled up stream.
Today the river is about 2 miles east of where it was when the thriving
steamboat town of Arrow Rock was first established. Today it is
only a Historical Park with many nicely restored buildings and a place that can
rapidly pull dollars from your wallet. I skipped the reservations ...