Salina Ambassador Hotel And Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Indoor pool
- Room service
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... the laundry room, and a playground. We played on the playground until dinner (barbecue chicken, green beans, potatoes and cantaloupe). After dinner we went to the pool to cool off. It was in the upper 90's today. Daddy threw us into the water. It was fun! After the pool, Jackson and I played cars at the campsite then went to the playground until it was time for bed. ...
So as arrived early had another milkshake at my current favourite place-Braums I think it is. Then had a dip in the pool and was quickly befriended by Felicity aged 5. Her dad is 38 and her mum 35. Good to know. Dinner all done, over eaten as per usual and now off to bed. Another short day tomorrow of 65 miles but there look like storms coming and I fear we may have used up all our luck on tail wind....
Gavin and I began our travels on June 21st, with our first stop in Keller, TX to visit my dear friend, Diane Harter. Just an overnight stop, but we were able to get quite a bit of conversation in, in one night! Drove 7 hours today and we are stopped in Salina, KS at a very comfortable Marriott Courtyard. We listened to an audio book, No Hero, The Evolution of a Navy Seal by Mark Owen. It is an account of Mark's 13 years as a Navy Seal. He was on the mission ...
... shop in Hayes...stopped at a the Firetender Trading Post in Russell...saw a couple of storm chaser vehicles (didn’t get a picture of the one that looked like a tank)....saw THOUSANDS of wind turbines for a 40 mile stretch east of Hayes...got into the motel in Salina around 6...went to dinner at Hickory Hut BBQ for great ribs...back to the motel to ...
... br> waves. Just off the roads were fantastic dilapidated barns and houses; there's
something more story-worthy and photogenic about a paint-peeled barn situated
behind a long-since picked over field. It's picturesque the way the black dirt
clumps under the bodies of dead, discolored husks. That's not to say that the
farms still in use didn't shine their own rays of splendor; the yellow-brown
wheat pockmarked by (yes) mud puddles, the foot high corn stalks just taking ...