Tioga Suites Hotel Chanute
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... there were none so we ate what we carried and trusted we would see Judi to refill our water. Our Chanute hotel was a comfortably rehabbed 20's structure at the center of the historic downtown. Octave Chanute was an 19th century engineer who built bridges for the railroads, but his primary claim to fame was as a mentor to Orville and Wilbur ...
... of 1858, there was a great deal of dissatisfaction among the
residents of the central and northern parts of the county, and a number of
citizens selected the present site of Iola, with the intention of ultimately
securing the county seat.
town's name is Iola, which was the Christian name of J.F. Colborn's (a founding
father of Iola) wife.
first building on the town site was ...
... a classic 6-screen theatre on the edge of town. Apparently, not many people are trying to get out of the weather by going to the matinee. The usher/manager was a classic. He was fully dressed in suit and tie and treated us as if we were the most important people that had ever arrived. He was so professional, maybe even a bit officious, but not in a negative manner. I tried to make him laugh with the absurdity of us being ...
... and had lunch from the Van at the Community Center which was on main street.There was a small table and benches on the side and looked pretty inviting. We had tuna and peanut butter sandwiches all making our own, fruits and veggies, chips, humus.....As we were eating a older lady came from across the street and asked how we were and where we were traveling too....Her name is Mary and she is 82 and lived in Coyville all her life....Her and her husband ...
With Rosalie lighting up the way, we took off at 6 am from the Hilton Wichita. With winds not being a factor this early in the morning, we rolled at an easy pace for the first two hours to our first stop at the only place open for breakfast, a McDonald's in Augusta.(a first for me). As we walked in, it looked like they were having a senior citizens meeting in town for almost everyone there having breakfast were older ...