Americas Best Value Inn Hays

Address: 2524 Vine Street, Hays, Kansas, 67601, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 2524 Vine Street, Hays, is near Sternberg Museum of Natural History and Fort Hays State Historic Site.
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      Handy and Helpful

      A travel blog entry by thedanes on Sep 05, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      Here's some things that made our trip easier:

      Invaluable:

      Solar panels, large inverter and battery capacity all combined to make us self-sufficient and allowed us to boondock (no hookups) so we only went to a campground every five days or so.

      TomTom GPS - this was one of the most valuable tools of our trip. It guided us from beginning to end and never let us down.

      Baby wipes and paper ...

      Hay barrels and rain

      A travel blog entry by mblosser on Aug 06, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      Oh Kansas, where have you been all my life? lol just kidding, so far Kansas has been a lot of fields, hay barrels, and torrential rain (I drove through a couple of monsoons yesterday). I was abl to stop by for dinner with my relatives Uncle Aaron, Bonnie, and Kai in Lawrence, Kansas on the way. Thank you so much guys! ...

      Independence Pass to the flatlands

      A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Jul 02, 2014

      38 photos

      ... Vista at 7800 ' and up to Trout Creek Pass at 9300 '. We went through Hartsel - the geographical center of Colorado and then through Wilkerson Pass and on to the S Platte River and Lake Gdone. We passed by the Florissant Fossil Beds without stopping and went over the continental divide at 8500 ' We reached Woodland Park - a large and growing town and the cutoff for Pikes Peak. We had planned a ...

      Making up for lost time

      A travel blog entry by b_btravel on May 05, 2014

      Since leaving Etown we've travelled through Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri and now into Kansas. Conveniently we've only really had to travel on the one road, the I-70. The road network here in the US is pretty impressive really. Their interstate highways travel across the country in all directions and provide a fast and well maintained route from state to state. And although it's more picturesque to travel on the back roads, when you are looking for the fastest ...

      Kansas is very windy!

      A travel blog entry by dgosse on Sep 17, 2013

      4 photos

      ... today. After a couple of hours the sky started to cloud over again, and my thoughts turned to tornadoes. Thankfully we did not see any.  Kansas has a lot of farm land.  Crop after crop, cow after cow.  At least there was a few rolling hills, but the few small towns we rode through were so small you whizzed by them in about 3 minutes.  Near the end of the day some of the fields had oil wells.  I wondered as we rode by, if the farmers ...