Super 8 Hays KS
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... Kansas City. We passed through Kansas City and headed for the University of Kansas on recommendation of the Fishers. Good one too. What a beautiful campus and area. They told us to start at the Oread Hotel. We started and stuck around there for a late linner (lunch/dinner). My dinner was delicious at the Bird Dog in the hotel. We ventured up to the rooftop as recommended by the hotel staff. Pretty awesome view of everything including the campus. We like to hit campuses if we can, not ...
... towns. It was nice to take it a bit slower for a couple hours and enjoy the ride. George was a bit disappointed that there was no place for him to get out of the car but he liked the ride - especially when we opened the sunroof.
You don't know how excited we were when we finally saw a small herd of antelope out in the field! Now, we just need to see some buffalo and the trio will be complete!!
U.S. 24 meets I-70 in the town of ...
Since we got to Kansas City pretty late yesterday we weren't able to see a few things we had been planning on seeing so we woke up early had a quick breakfast and headed off towards the middle of the city. First we went to "The Money Museum" at the federal reserve where they try to brain wash people into believing that they do the country good. Jordan brought his pocket knife in so they had to hold it ...
Since leaving Etown we've travelled through Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri and now into Kansas. Conveniently we've only really had to travel on the one road, the I-70. The road network here in the US is pretty impressive really. Their interstate highways travel across the country in all directions and provide a fast and well maintained route from state to state. And although it's more picturesque to travel on the back roads, when you are looking for the fastest ...
... today. After a couple of hours the sky started to cloud over again, and my thoughts turned to tornadoes. Thankfully we did not see any. Kansas has a lot of farm land. Crop after crop, cow after cow. At least there was a few rolling hills, but the few small towns we rode through were so small you whizzed by them in about 3 minutes. Near the end of the day some of the fields had oil wells. I wondered as we rode by, if the farmers ...