Super 8 Kansas City Airport At Barry Rd
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I was
determined to leave before noon, and it was 10:18 am, and I hadn't
even rubbed my eyes before stomping out of bed, rushing to final
preparations before take-off. Had I allowed myself just a bit more
time, I may have made some corrections on the directions for the
itinerary. Unfortunately, I was rushing out the door. I kissed my
lovely husband Zeke and my two little dogs ...
... it was a blast. You have to get at the park an hour before it opens to have a hope of getting a reservation. It was a nice end to the exciting portion of the trip. Now the ride home awaits. Verruckt is "Insane" in German by the way. Here's the sample video for it: ...
We shopped at Costco today to get food for camping and we got even more excited. We met up later that evening to start packing the car. Even after a midnight run to Walmart, surprisingly we got everything packed! We didn't even have to carry things in our laps! We set off at 3am after getting pumped up from the Lizzie McGuire Movie. We are ready to take on the adventure of tomorrow's road ...
... Walmart allows travelers to spend the night in their parking lots across the whole country. It is a nice thing, when all you need is a place to sleep for the night. Anyway, if you ever wondered where the website http://www.peopleofwalmart.com/ gets their shots from.It may very well be Kansas. You would think that these people of the plains would be wholesome and kind, but that was not our experience. They seemed angry to live here and not happy ...
... a variety of experiences; you can pay a small entry fee to see where the Kentucky Derby is run, view extensive displays and watch re-runs of previous Derbys. The backdrops to all of this are the hundreds of miles of enormous, pristine, white and black fenced, immaculately manicured fields, houses and outbuildings that don't appear to have had a horse in them for years. Grave sites seem to be big on the touristy options and again we turned down the opportunity to view, ...