Chisholm Trail Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Chisholm Trail Inn Wellington
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... went into the car). The drive took us into Oklahoma for a few hours, and pretty close to Oklahoma City, before entering into Texas with about 1 hour of the 5 1/2 hour drive to go. We made good time on the trio until we hit some extensive roadworks, and peak hour traffic just before Fort Worth. The last 20 minutes of the drive actually took us 45 minutes, which frustrated us when we were so close to being there. There were heaps of country stations on the radio as ...
... pretty boring - lots of corn fields and the area is so flat with no hills at all. In Wichita we checked into the Wesley Inn, which is used by families using the Wesley hospital across the road. We had skipped lunch so immediately got some dinner at Panere. We both got pasta and I had a nice salad, whilst Sam got a flatbread with turkey (she is loving turkey at the ...
... dairy and farming operations -- farming has definitely become very sophisticated through the years. I especially enjoyed their little calves, some born only this week, that drink out of a big bottle -- they can polish it off in less than 5 minutes! The elevation here at our campsite is 1,450 feet, and high temperatures have been in the mid-90's, lows in the low-70's, and sunny.
... and met Kev to avoid getting in trouble. From there we got ready to board our flight to Berlin Germany.
This flight was 8 HOURS, yes you just read that right. However, the planes are much bigger and there are TV's in the back of the seat next to you so you can watch movies. Kev, was still uncomfortable as his knees touched the seat in front of him, but he made it through. ...
... to attract people and stimulate the local economy. It was hard to tell just how well this has worked for Wichita, as we were there in mid-morning, and streets were relatively quiet.
We visited some of the city’s highlights like its iconic statue, called "Keeper of the Plains” which honors the native peoples of Kansas, and is located on sacred Indian ground. Here, as in a number of other places we visited, native tribal ...