Residence Inn Kansas City Country Club Plaza
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... of stops that day! Since shopping is not a priority with us, we were able to skip all that and just enjoy the quaint downtowns and all the other sights. We both enjoyed the whole trip - so many different experiences!
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Sunday, September 28th, - Kansas City, MO
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