Days Inn Topeka
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the last couple of weeks, Hays was relatively low at 2,000ft and it has a nice long runway. Ythan and Austin were on the apron to greet incoming aircraft and to provide whatever assistance was needed. We stayed just long enough to check the weather ahead at Topeka, our final destination for the day and file our flight plan. While in the FBO, a guy arrived in his Vagar; he’d come from the Topeka area and reported that the ...
... and the organ was installed at that time. The stained glass windows were very beautiful. Another church we saw was First Presbyterian. We had read that some of the windows in this church were Tiffany Windows. We assume they were the front ones as these were quite unique in color. It was interesting to see these.
We passed a very big and unusual building and as we did we noticed that it was Topeka High School. It sure did not look like a high ...
... things we were interested in seeing in middle America and we were just anxious to get home. So since I have a lack of things to describe in terms of sightseeing, I'll use this as an opportunity to share with you our road trip secret of success. You may be wondering how we go for such long stretches in the car with two kids, no DVD player and not all want to strangle each other. Our secret is simply audio books. Thanks to our wonderful public ...
We had such a full day seeing all the sights around Topeka we decided to stay another night. Tomorrow we have another jam packed day as we finish up sightseeing here in Topeka and then head out to Kansas City. It's been fun seeing the all the small towns, barns, and ...
... on the eastern slope of Machu Picchu Mountain in two separate areas - agricultural and urban. The latter includes the civil sector (dwellings, canalizations) and the sacred sector (temples, mausoleums, squares, royal houses). Although the constructions show different levels of architecture, the religious buildings exhibit a high degree of perfection. The construction was generally in stone and the roofs were built of tree trunks and thatched ...