Drury Inn Denver East

4380 Peoria St, Denver, Colorado, 80239, United States
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Driving Distance from Denver, Colorado to Kansas, Shonie.


My son & his wife are driving from Denver, Colorado on to Kansas, Shonie ( Not too sure if that's the correct spelling of Shonie)...at 65 MPH, how long would it take them, they are driving a fairly old car but dependable, only they prefer to take their driving easy. Would you have any good suggestion for a good route on to Kansas, shonie? Many thanks folks!:)

Re: Driving Distance from Denver, Colorado to Kansas, Shonie.

by puerto_lover

Its about 600 miles from Denver to Shawnee near Kansas City. So at an average speed of 65 mph that works out at just over 9 hours. But longer obviously for pit stops.
That is using the I-70E
There are other routes taking longer going via Nebraska.
The information about routes and Driving times etc is all contained on http://maps.google.com/
Can't help as to the scenery of each route.

Re: Driving Distance from Denver, Colorado to Kansas, Shonie.

by puerto_lover

For the Google Map you can copy and paste this into your browser and it should come up.

Re: Driving Distance from Denver, Colorado to Kansas, Shonie.

by jayhawk2000

I agree with the above - it's 600 miles, about 9 hours to drive.

It would be a shame for them to zip straight through without seeing the dinosaur museum and fort in Hays... the South Shore drive along Lake Wilson... the Kansas Originals market just off I-70 in Wilson... the historic cowtown of Ellsworth... the Eisenhower presidential library in Abilene... a hike through the Konza Prairie... beautiful downtown Lawrence and the hilltop University of Kansas campus...

Just some ideas for detours along the way. Happy trails!

Travel Tips for Denver

Visit the Rocky Mountains, Remember the Water

by JJBlondie

One of the must dos if you come to Denver is to visit the Rocky Mountains. In an hour you can be North of Boulder, or West of Denver, enjoying a hike, picnic, or scenic overlook in the Rocky Mountains.

But remember if Denver is a Mile Hight (5280), then the hills are a lot higher. Drink plenty of water to help with the altitude and dryness of Denver, and take it slow. Some people become incapacitated by the altitute, so be prepared. And whatever you do outside, do not forget the suncscreen. My fondest memory of this city I grew up in is having drinks and appetizers at the Chop House, dinner at Morton's of Chicago, and after dinner drinks and dessert at Enoteca, listening to jazz and enjoying the people I'm with. This is a great culinary city, musical city, and entertainment city. Its not NY or San Fran, but it has its own special charm.

hope for warm weather in May...

by travelstevie

hope for warm weather in May so that you can have a look on the Rocky Mountains topped with snowy rocks; together with a bright blue sky the outlook of Denver surrounded by the Rockies is very sparkling. Also the fresh air makes you feel good.

Denver Art Museum

by seagoingJLW

The museum is located at 100 West 14th Avenue in Denver. Phone: 720-865-5000. Bear in mind that this museum is closed on Mondays.

The museum is an unusual mix of sculptures, pottery, photography, and other mediums, some strange and surreal- like a collection of totem poles.

Center Park - Voorhies Memorial

by OlenaKyiv

Voorhies Memorial is situated on the North end of the Center Park at 15th and Colfax; a colonnade of Turkey Creek sandstone around a reflecting pool with twin cherub fountains.

John E. Voorhies was a banker who made his wealth in the early mining days. He funded the memorial which was located across from his home at 1425 Cleveland. The structure was designed by William Ellsworth and Arthur Addison Fisher to resemble the Water Gateway at the 1893 Columbian Exposition.

Coors Field - Rockies

by cjg1

This was my 10th MLB ballpark. It is one of my favorites but that now makes it in the 5-7 range on my ranking scale. Being very similar to SafeCo in Seattle to me I do rank it ahead.

I had left my house in upstate New York before the game the night before ended as they had a couple rain delays and also a then typical 20 plus run score. Being in that state of mind I came right to the ballpark after checking into the hotel. I wanted to see batting practice and well as everyone knows the real way to see your team have BP is on the road. It was cancelled. So I was already inside just hanging out when I got to meet John Sterling while he was walking from the gate in left towards the infield. I had my creature shirt on and he said something about it starting a small conversation.

This was one of my favorite games I have gone to on the road between meeting John Sterling and meeting another fan with seats just behind the dugout where I moved from my great seat right on the rail down the left field line. The Yanks did lose but still it was a fun game. Very back and forth and it went extra innings where finally it ended at 14 to 13 or so (might have been 14 11).


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Address: 4380 Peoria St, Denver, Colorado, 80239, United States