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... the capital of Kansas if you were unaware). But enough about Kansas, let me tell you about Kansas City. We woke up Thursday morning without any real agenda and our only true desire was to enjoy some world-famous BBQ for lunch. We started off visiting what we though was going to be just an outside sculpture garden but turned out that Sculpture Park was the entrance way to Nelson Atkins Museum of Art. If you have been following ...
This morning we slept in until 7:30 before getting dressed and going to look at the Casino. We spent $10 and made (and lost) $17. We then checked out of the hotel and headed to the Saint Louis Science Center - a child's paradise (and mine). It was tons of fun going to see all the exhibits, especially the energy exhibit (big surprise). We then headed on our way. In Weldon Springs we stopped at the Weldon Spring Site or lovingly referred to as ...
... 1:50 PM .
We departed at 4:30 PM – United 854 for Lima, Peru. Flight duration » 6 ½ hours.
We arrived on time at 11:05 PM at Lima's Jorge Chavez International Airport. We were met by the transfer agent and a bus. After a 45 minute ride, we arrived at our hotel in Miraflores., the ALLPA HOTEL. It was a very quiet and nice small hotel, but It was a short night since we will have to leave at 5:30 ...
... bite and lasted until the next bite. The cheesy corn bake was like eating mac 'n cheese with corn substituted for the noodles. It was extremely good. You couldn’t really taste the corn in it at all. The slaw was mayonnaise-based and just a typical finally shredded slaw. It was average in taste and not too runny. The toast was grilled with the grilled flavor very evident with his crispiness and hint of BBQ taste.
Overall Impression: Best BBQ I've ever ...
... the area as I would be a distraction. Or, at least, I am telling myself that as I prepare to head south and west, beating the weather.
EJO: I'll see you when you're two. Weeks.
MSO (22 month-old Miles): take good care of your little brother. And your mom and dad.
Elliott, unable to speak at this young age, was, nonetheless, able to wish me a bon voyage via other means.