Stone-Yancey House Bed And Breakfast

421 N. Lightburne St., Liberty, Missouri, 64068-1811, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 421 N. Lightburne St., Liberty, is near Jesse James Bank Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Liberty

    Cold and wet!

    A travel blog entry by abagworth on Sep 11, 2014

    Nobody really looks forward to our so called transit days - usually high mileage to get to the more interesting parts. Today was no exception as we did the 526 miles from Limon, Colorado to Kansas City.

    We set off in mist and fine rain (the sort of stuff you get very wet in) which didn't go away for the next 200 miles. We passed from the state of Colorado to Kansas and by the time we stopped for fuel (180 miles), we were freezing. (I thought this trip ...

    Stretch out Your Body, Stretch Your Mind

    A travel blog entry by workoutboss121 on Sep 08, 2014

    ... that the physical body requires us; in various other words, we find out to recognize your physical body, master it while attempting to excel, but still in some limits. When you feel excellent in his physical body, it really feels healthy and balanced thoughts: sporting activity can likewise be a method to acquire to understand as well as tame his ...

    Prelude to a Journey

    A travel blog entry by cwienck on Sep 07, 2014

    ... I clearly was going with or without him, so I guess he is going with me. I guess I'll let him pick a few places to go. If we can make it through this trip without killing or hating each other I think we'll both be surprised. I think we are almost ...

    Home sweet Home!

    A travel blog entry by mollanjake on Jul 12, 2014

    ... but earlier than if we had waited for the airline to fly us.

    With a little "paper work", I got:

    1) United to refund all bag fees

    2) United refunded a small amount of money for the flight from Denver to Kansas City

    3) AGI travel insurance to pay for the rental car!

    What a way to end a fabulous trip!

    ...

    Lots to See In KC

    A travel blog entry by jrammon on Apr 06, 2012

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    ... and pushed Germany back and a 475 mile front Western front was established. Trenches on both side of a "no mans land". The trenches were muddy and filled with damaged building, trucks, barbed wire and rats. More men died of disease during the Great War than by bullets or bombs. At this point the US had sat on the sidelines. Germany was using submarines to attach civilian ships to disrupt supplies to the allies. Some Americans were killed on ...