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Visiting KU in Lawrence...have questions...

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We'll be staying in Kansas City, MO but we're going to take a few hours to see KU...specificaly the Hall of Athletics.
I mapquested Kansas City (plaza area) to Lawrence and it shows portions of I-70 as toll....any idea how much? I've only been on a toll road once and I messed up the paying and got a huge fine in the mail so I'm a little "toll road shy".
Is the "Hall of Athletics" the actual basketball court or is separate? My boys love KU and when I mentioned a Hall of Fame they're excited but will we actually be able to see the basketball court and football stadium?
Thanks for any advice?

What else to see or where to eat in Lawrence?
Our time will be short but don't want to miss some "must see" or "must eat"

thanks!!

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