Motel 6 Kansas City
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We figured being in Missouri we needed to stop by Kansas City for some amazing BBQ since the city is known for it!! We stopped at.... We ordered 4 huge meals and shared between the four of us!! We don't think we could eat at another BBQ place again that is how good it was!! After this we drove to a town in the middle of no where (3 hours east of Denver) on I-70 West in Kansas State next to a town called Kanarado (we loved this name) and got a hotel to get some shut ...
... my meal (took a doggie bag home) and then had a piece of lemon meringue cheesecake. It was the best piece of cheesecake that I have ever had. I finished the whole piece off. Jonathan took his home; maybe I can help him eat it tomorrow? Whilst we were eating our meal outside, a really annoying busker was blasting away on the trumpet. Jonathan thought that he may be drunk. Even the waiters were laughing at him. Went back to the hotel to do laundry - very exciting ...
... displays were not working and neither was the film which would have kept me there for the day. It was attached to the Negro League Baseball Museum - which was interesting and Jonathan loves baseball, so we took a look at that too. Was also really good. Apparently we were not allowed to take pictures - but I only figured that out once we left the Jazz Museum. Next we went to the Kepler Art Museum, except their was a ...
... by presidents to make enough money for retirement as there was no pension). Later Congress set up a fund for subsequent presidents to build a library to commemorate their presidency. (Two previous presidents - Hoover and Roosevelt - have libraries, not sure if they came later or were funded differently). According to some, Truman is considered one the the top 5 presidents. Can you guess who the other 4 were? They were ...
... those of you who haven't had our blablabla about The Plaza....... A wealthy guy named J.C.Nichols had this vision back in the 1930s to build a glorious plaza, ~6 streets wide and ~ 10 streets long with buildings decorated elaborately with enameled tiles and statuary and iron grillwork and beautiful colored glassworks.......just gorgeous buildings. He did, and The ...