Quality Inn East Independence

4200 South Noland Road, Independence, Missouri, 64055, United States

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    had stayed at Quality Inn & Suites Kansas City MO for the first time and it is truly a beautiful place. We have found the staff to be very hospitable and helpful. The rooms are large, clean and neat and we were able to spend in night. The bed was spacious and VERY comfortable bed and linens. The check Inn was quick and fast. Would stay again and will look at more of Quality Inn & Suites Kansas City MO in the future.

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Travel Tips for Independence

Kansas City Royals baseball

by sambarnett

Despite the name, the Kansas City Royals actually play in Independence. Their home is the 40,000 seat Kauffman Stadium, the only good major league ballpark to be built during the 1970s. Instead of the cookie-cutter bowls of the era, the Royals instead chose to create a midwestern version of Dodger Stadium. While the grandiuer isn't quite there, this is a really cool, chilled out place to catch a game. The fountains beyond the outfield are neat (first stadium to do that) and the tickets are pretty cheap for major league baseball. You won't have a problem getting tickets or finding parking, the Royals haven't been drawing well.


by mtncorg

Mormonism is seen by all branches of the Latter Day Saint tree as a church of restoration - a return to the early church as led by Jesus, but lost due to changes introduced by men over the years. Restoration is a very important term and thought used by all. The Community of Christ uses the term more carefully than the others, however, as they try and move their peculiar faith toward paths taken by more mainstream liberal Christian faiths.

Mormonism believes in personal prophecy and that belief has helped continue a scene of scattered flocks as new prophets arise and try to arouse the faithful. Religious schism has always been a prominent feature of the Mormon landscape and the Community of Christ/RLDS movement is no stranger to that phenomenon. Almost 30% of its membership fell away in the 1920-30's in response to what was seen as a more autocratic rule imposed by the church's second prophet/president, Frederick M. Smith. Time brought many of these people back to the main RLDS flock but with the introduction of ordination of women into the priesthood in 1984, new seismic shocks rolled over the flock. Thousands fell away throughout the 1980's and 1990's and that evidence is all around you in Independence. Just across the street from the Community of Christ Temple housed in the former William Chrisman High School is the Remnant Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Most of whom left the RLDS movement have stayed in separate congregations, but several of these have coalesced into this organization which is basically a conservative RLDS movement as opposed to a liberal Community of Christ movement. Of course, as the Community of Christ continues to evolve, their separate paths continue also to widen.

Beachdave's new Independence Page

by Beachdave

When in Independence you can visit the library of President Harry S. Truman. He and his wife are also buried on the grounds. It is worth taking the time to visit because there is much information about his term of office and the period of time that he lived.
The Truman Statue on the Independence Square has been the backdrop for appearances by many a politician, including President Reagan and presidential candidates Bill Clinton and Bob Dole.


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 Quality Inn East Independence

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Address: 4200 South Noland Road, Independence, Missouri, 64055, United States