Days Inn Salina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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. ...
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 ...
... we need 4g coverage and we’re only in 2g, so we’ll see what happens when we find better coverage. Neither Dan’s phone, nor my phone, nor the tablet are receiving internet. Hwy 70 just kept going and going and going....we saw a Maserati......the time changed just west of Levant, Kansas....we had lunch at Quiznos in Colby....stopped at ...
... due to
(forgive me Dane) 4-foot(?) insulated walls. We had a cup of freshly dug and
boiled Sassafras root tea as I took in their interior design. Lanterns, pots and pans, an assortment of books, maps for wallpaper and a bed ladder length high that was nestled close to the A-Frame with a window perched nearby. In the midst of our stay some great people took us to a major sporting store, which saved us over $400; not too shabby as we all said so ourselves. Also, every single night we ...
... by a wealthy merchant who married a well off Creole young lady who refused to live in the country until he promised to build a beautiful mansion. The lane was lined with established oak trees. These are now over 300 years old and truly magnificent . The grounds and gardens were spectacular..replicas of the slave homes have been replaced at the back of the property. The tour guides are dressed in period ...