Americas Best Value Inn
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Americas Best Value Inn Salina
Travel Blogs from Salina
... br> My waiting strategy pays off and in about 20 minutes the rain abruptly stops, I go to have one last whiz, no small feat in rain gear and by the time I come back the sun is shining. So begins my day of; ride northbound in a glorious tailwind of better than 30 MPH until I would catch up to black sky or precipitation, then ride westbound in a pretty far from glorious crosswind of the same speed until I found a suitable northbound road again.
... except that Paula noticed a car pulled over on I70 and for some reason hit the brakes and pulled off the road.
I don't know why Paula pulled over but it sure was providential. It was a dilapidated Cadillac Seville with a blown out left rear tire and blown out spare. Danny and his wife were happy to see us. They had no tire. We took out our spare and, to my delight it fit the bolt pattern. We installed ...
... to Tucson or stop in Branson, Missouri...the latter on my bucket list...Once I was relieved of the girls, my mind started to focus on home in Virginia...Needed to ready my home for the real state market and the move to Richmond, VA later this year....This stop was at 500 miles from home.. ...
... be to people trying to learn English. What brought this about? It was the restaurant we went to in Steamboat Springs. We were looking for the restaurant named Oar. Why this name? Because in Steamboat you think of water so oar was the word, but when we arrived it was Ore restaurant. So was it oar or ore? I just said three words that are pronounced the same. Why did I think of that? Maybe boredom, maybe it is just weird for three words to ...
... to an end, but at the same time we are getting ready to get back home and have our own space again as well as see family and friends (and especially find out who the kids teachers are). We were going to stop for the night in Hays, Kansas, but decided to just stop for dinner and then continue on a little. On our drive we saw some flashing red lights in the distance. It was hard to tell what it was at first, but then we realized that it was the wind turbines. ...