Long way from home

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Day 1 of our 660 mile trip from Ames, Iowa to Garden City, Kansas: We decided to swing by Brooklyn (Missouri, not our hometown in New York) for some lunch. All we found was some farmland, a few houses, and this one abandoned building.

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Still hungry and feeling a little homesick, we pulled over in Manhattan, Kansas, home of Kansas State University. It’s not an island and there’s no subway, but we did enjoy a nice dinner in the Aggieville neighborhood – home to several shops, bars, and restaurants near campus.


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  • Yes there is a subway in manhattan its in aggieville! HAHAH Sorry saw this site through google pictures.

    Comment from Phillip on October 2, 2008 at 11:26 am - Reply to this Comment

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