Holiday Inn Express Kansas City/KCI Airport

11130 Ambassador Dr, Ambassador Dr & 112 St, Kansas City, Missouri, 64153, United States
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Questions about KC suberbs...

by RonaaRoo

Hello everyone! My parents and I are considering taking a little vacation soon. Since we live in the St. Louis area, I thought it would be cool to visit another big city that is kinda close. So KC is one of the cities I'm thinking of! Anyways, so I was wondering about the suberbs. Which of the suberbs are rich, and which ones are crime-ridden? And which ones are just nice places to stay/live? Thanks!

><> Aaron <><

Re: Questions about KC suberbs...

by coloradochris

In the KC area the goos places to shop is in the overland park area, for good parting go down to Westport it is a great place, i wouldn't stay out of the area after 12 but other than that it is fun, there is also a good place to eat named Go Joe's you have to make reservations but it will well worth it it is (Japaness) food that they cook right in front of you, and if you give the cook a little extra money they will really put on a show for you, alright have fun,
coloradochris

Re: Questions about KC suberbs...

by Taylorfest

Hey,

I'm a realtor in Overland Park, Leawood, Lenexa, area. The areas your talking about. If you guys are looking to move here, I'ld be more than happy to help you out.

Travel Tips for Kansas City

30 Standing Figures

by asturnut

This spooky and strange sculpture captivated my husband one night. So we made plans to go back the next night and photograph these ghastly fellows who live on the lawn of the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art.

Faded Glory But Enjoy It Anyway

by RoscoeGregg

If you stay in Kansas City long enough you will end up at some point on the Country Club Plaza. This once great Kansas City landmark has become a shell of it’s former self. It was as recently as 15 years ago filled with local restaurants and shops and only smattering of national chains. Now it has gone the way of most good shopping districts in the U.S. It is completely over run with mediocre national “we look like local” chains and not so subtle chains. There are only a few local vendors left. (My ranting is over)

Now put that aside and enjoy the place there are sculptures and fountains all over the place. Most of the buildings are in the Spanish/Moorish style that the builder J.C Nichols loved from his travel abroad. It is a great place for a stroll and to enjoy a nice summer, spring or fall evening.

There are still a few nice stores and some good local restaurants. So have an adventure finding them as you by pass the “Olive Cheesy Garden Factory” type places.

RSC Building - Historic "Find" at Forest & Linwood

by AlbuqRay

I originally called this tip, "Funky Buildings Near Troost and Linwood Blvd." and said "I wonder who built the building with its blue front and round windows on the side. Now it is the home of ASAP Bail Bonds, a great name I must say. For sure I would want my bail bond as soon as possible. It's located at Linwood and Forest, one block east of Troost." Little did I know what the building had been. The blue front and round windows just happened to catch my eye.

It turns out in trying to determine what the Troost Community Market building used to be, I found out that the RSC stands for Russell Stover Candies! This was one of its early locations in Kansas City. Take a look at the 1989 picture in the Kansas City Public Library collection. It may have also been the location of Russell's Restaurant.

Russell Stover was born in 1888 in a sod house in northwest Kansas. Clara Lewis was a farm girl too. She was born six years earlier in Iowa. They met at the University of Iowa and later married. It was in Omaha that a chap approached Stover with the chocolate-covered ice cream bar idea. In 1921 the Stovers introduced an edible "brainstorm" named the "I-Scream" bar, which was later called the "Eskimo Pie." It was a chocolate-covered ice cream square in a little bag. They produced and sold it for a year. After the first mad surge for the novelty, sales dropped off and the Stovers bailed out with $25,000.

They moved to Denver where they began "Mrs. Stover's Bungalow Candies." In 1931 they moved their by-now thriving business to Kansas City. There they barely weathered the Depression and the sugar-short World War II years that followed. However, they emerged with a multi-million dollar a year enterprise and world-wide sales. For two decades the business carried the name "Mrs. Stover's Bungalow Candies," but in 1943 it became "Russell Stover Candies."

Olathe-The County Seat

by BruceDunning

This city is growing leaps and bounds, and now is about 120,000 people. Suburban sprawl has created a demand for more commercial and middle sector residential. What used to be a sleepy medium sized town, is not big time. It was founded in 1857, and then was merely open farmland. The old structures are now few, but they do have an old time stage house, called Mahaffie House. It depicts the times in late 1800's, and puts on many events during the year, and Civil War reenactments. Olathe died down into a little community until US 35 came through, and that stimulated new growth since around 1970's

Opera

by basstbn about Kansas City Lyric Theatre

Opera is live and well in the heartland of America! Kansas City's long-lived Lyric Theatre, one of the finer of the many regional opera companies, presents four annual productions, two in the fall, two in the spring. You won't see Domingo or Carreras here, but you will thrill to the voices of stars in the making. Coming in spring of 2003 are "Abduction from the Seraglio" and "Rigoletto." Some dress to impress, but more go dressy casual - this is Kansas City, not Boston. Nobody is going to look down their nose at you if you're in jeans or slacks.

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Address: 11130 Ambassador Dr, Ambassador Dr & 112 St, Kansas City, Missouri, 64153, United States