Super 8 Beloit
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... would be caused by heavy rains filling the creek. We saw a large spillway running through the town that is built to handle flooding. We met a workman on the grounds (repairing the concrete paths to prevent trips and falls) who claimed Kansas was a state of extremes - heat, wind, snow etc. Today is one of the high heat (94F) and high wind (50 miles and hr) days!
In the later 1800's, someone go the bright idea to bring steers up from Texas, on the Chisholm Trail, fatten them on the rich Kansas grasses, and ship them by rail east. Nearly 3 million Texas longhorns passed through Abilene between 1867-72. The cowboys let off steam once they arrived in Abilene, Kansas. Wild Bill Hickok had his work cut out for him when he was Marshall in the town in 1871! Gunfights are played ...
... to say I was NOT very happy about it. But, the silver lining is that my sister and brother-n-law had to stop by our house so I am happy to say that I am feeding them breakfast, lunch and dinner this weekend! Dare I mention that they did manage to set off the house alarm, alarm company called us, cops came to the house and neighbor called to tell me that the cops were at the house and that there was a suspicious white SUV leaving our driveway. All ...
... br> We enjoyed a very unique tour after the Presidential one. We visited the Greyhound Museum – not the bus but the dog! We were met by two beautiful dogs that were very friendly and checked us out as we came in. We saw a quick video lesson on the dogs and the races. These dogs were traced back in pictures of Medieval times. They can run up to 45 mph so it’s only natural for them to race. Many race tracks were built in the ...
... from CT and James was the third from NJ.
A few hours after lunch we finally started to see the Rocky Mountains off in the distance and the prairies gave way to more rugged land. We arrived in Denver around 5:15, by far the earliest we’d succeeded in stopping for the night.
We stayed with James’ friend, Eric, who is in Denver getting a PhD in some sort of science we don’t understand. ...