Super 8 Liberty/NE Kansas City Area
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the many walking tours of the sets and other attractions of Harry Potter. I will definitely be taking a few weekend trips to indulge in my guilty pleasure. All in all, I am extremely grateful and excited for the next 6 months. I feel so lucky to have this opportunity and don't intend to waste it. Even though I may have my worries, my excitement and eagerness overrides that and I feel ready for what England has in ...
... they couldn't fix the problem we would have to switch planes, tick tock, tick tock. After an eternity the captain announced that all was well and that we would shortly be taking off. Phew! 40 minutes late, if we had known before what we knew then we would have had breakfast and saved a couple of bucks and gray hairs. Anywho, there were no connecting flights to worry about so we just chalked it up to early trip excitement and got settled in for the ...
... after the day's adjusted and enhanced travel arrangements and engaged in an impromptu snack fest as we gobbled up an array of junk food we bought for our in-flight entertainment. We were starvin marvins. We knew there was a surprise from Lauri's mom on the way via Lisa but the temptation was too great. As we finished the first bottle and began on the next, Lisa, David and a very tall Andrew pulled up, unloaded and presented to us a full-out turkey dinner complete with a whole ...
... of the painting when I
take a picture of the painting. I started taking pictures of art in museums a
few years ago and now have lots of pictures of pretty paintings of which I
remember nothing about.
Kansas City’s arts district also has a small Museum of
Contemporary Art and a large sculptural park just beyond the museum’s lawns
with many outdoor modern works including the largest number of bronzes by Henry
Moore in the U.S.
... sunk by the Germans. Before Germany continued the submarine attacks they considered the possibility that the US would enter the war. Germany believed the US would not enter the war or if they did they would not offer any significant value to the allies. US joined the allies and sent 1.95 million men fight alongside allied forces. Prior to the US joining the number of allied forces was nearly equal to the Germans. 1 in 3 men who fought in the ...