Rodeway Inn & Suites
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... not think about the real cost of 'ownership'. Heat pumps don't develop heat; they simply move it. And given that they only move heat from one area to another, they use a lot less electrical energy. Add to this the shortage of replacement parts frequently associated with conventional systems like heaters and ...
... escort into Olathe. After that we got put up in the Kansas School for the Deaf. Here the city had arranged free massages, hair cuts, and bike maintnence for everyone on the team. At night we went to the Texas Roadhouse for dinner. Then with our free time we had a group check out the Bass Pro Shop here in Olathe then go swimming at the brand new community center. On our day ...
... to rest it during our long flights to Hong Kong but am confident that my ankle will be fine by the time we get there. The devil attacked and God provided. What great confidence it brings to know that The Lord is for us! As I type this we are getting ready to leave for the airport. There is no doubt in my mind the devil will continue to try and attack us but that's ok because I know no matter what happens...the devil won't win! Hong Kong...here we come! ...
... as one of the first outdoor mall kind of shopping
experiences in the country. It’s mostly in a Spanish/Moorish style with lots of
tiled building, elaborate fountains, and a tower named the Giralda modeled on
the one of the same name in Seville, Spain. The stores were, of course, not
open on Sunday morning (not that I’d have any reason to go into them), but I
satisfied myself sitting outdoors with coffee.
Kansas City is a ...
... 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