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"Day Adventure from Mexico City: Cacahuamilpa Caves
Cacahuamilpa Caves Taxco and Blue Holes Park from Mexico City"Leave from Mexico City at 7am-7:30am and arrive at The Cacahuamilpa Caves National Park at 9:45am. Here you will enjoy a tour inside of the caves and see the most beautiful stone formations as you walk through an illuminated way. Take 2-hours inside the cave and have a wonderful experience. Once you head outside you can take a cool drink and rest before the next stop. Also buy a souvenir or a typical handcraft of the region. At 12pm hit the road again going to Taxco. Arrive in Taxco at 12:40pm and tour the historic downtown of this colonial and silver mining town. Visit  inside of the Santa Prisca Cathedral and see the most important silver jewelries of the city.At 2pm enjoy of a buffet meal included in the tour
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"Cacahuamilpa Caves
Cacahuamilpa Caves Taxco and Blue Holes Park from Mexico City"You will leave from Ixtapan de la Sal at 9am and arrive at The Cacahuamilpa Caves National Park at 10:30am. Here you will enjoy a tour inside of the caves and see the most beautiful stone formations as you walk through an illuminated way. The tour takes two hours inside the cave and you will have a wonderful experience. Once you head outside you can take a cool drink and rest before the next stop. You can also buy a souvenir or a typical handcraft of the region. At 12:45pm you will take the road again driving to Taxco. You'll arrive in Taxco at 1:45pm and start touring the historic downtown of this colonial and silver mining town. You will take a tour inside of the Santa Prisca Cathedral and visit the most important silver you will enjoy of a buffet meal included in the tour or you can choose another restaurant to visit in the city. At 3:30pm
From $87.00
 
Jesse James Outlaw Excursion
"Jesse James Farm Home site is open from 9:00am to 4:00pm Monday-Saturday and noon to 4:00pm on Sunday. Excursion includes film about the James Family self-guided museum tour on site and docent guided tour of the James home. The majority of furniture and pictures are family heirlooms. There is an excellent gift shop on site with books and Jesse James related toys games collectibles and jewelry. Tour fee and lunch included. The family is buried in nearby Mt. Olivet Cemetery accessible by car. Jesse James farm is 35 minutes by car from downtown Kansas City Missouri and 45 minutes by car from Kansas City International Airport (MCI)."""
From $25.00

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Post Office Oak and Museum

This 300-year-old bur oak (just the trunk remains) served as the unofficial post office for travelers on the Santa Fe Trail from 1825-1847. Passing caravans could leave messages for future travelers...
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Kaw School House

In spite of the promises made by the Americans, the Indians were wary of what would happen with Indian children going to the school located here. So they sent only the abandoned and parent less ones...
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Hermit CAve

This cave was a place that Father Francisco stayed after coming to the US from Novaro Italy. He lost the love of his life and then became celibate. What a shame, but he must have liked it. He was here...
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County Seata Building

Of great ornate showing is the great building of the Government structure for the County. This, I believe the Lynn County Courthouse-due to the weighing of the hand held scales in the lady of Midwest...
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Buildings in town of note

There are a number of old and ornate buildings that deserve notice along the tour route. They do not all have a lot of history described here, but of note are used today and well as a century or more...
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Hayes House Restaurant

This is now a restaurant that once was for commerce and also feeding the settlers coming through town. Seth Hayes, an heir of Daniel Boone built this facility in 1857 and kept it going for years. It...
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Seth Hayes House

He was the main stay for the development of the community. Seth had commerce and then set up retail shops on the mains street. This home is one block off the main street and now under construction for...
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Farmers & Drovers Bank

This is the icon of the community and it still has the grand style and elegance from 1892, when first under construction. The building was in two parts, with the first being the date noted, and second...
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Council Grove National Bank

This site in the middle of town was once a famed bank. It has experienced fire o the exterior in 1974 and inside 1978, but it is said the interior is restored to condition of late 1800's. The place...
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Last Chance Home

This was a home that became a retail store for settlers heading west. This really was the last chance for them to buy goods until they reached Santa Fe-many-like 1,000 miles away. Tom Hill built the...
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Terwillger Home

This home has a lot of steeped history being built in 1861 by Abraham Rawlinson, it was the last house to pass for the settler movement going west. The home was purchased by William Terwilliger in...
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Madonna of the Trail, a...

Madonna of the Trail, a memorial to the pioneer mothers of the covered wagon days. This is one of twelve such monuments placed across the country along the National Old Trails Highway by the Daughters...
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Any visit to Council Grove...

Any visit to Council Grove should start at the Kaw Indian Mission. You can get maps there and talk to the nice lady who works inside. She gave me lots of help. The mission is free but they accept...
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Katy RR Depot

This depot was first built in 1869. It was destroyed by fire in 1894 and rebuilt to that period. Along with that is a jail that depicts where felons were housed until early 1900's on that site.
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