Budget Host Mist Hotel

Address: 804 W. Carthage, Meade, Kansas, 67864, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on 804 W. Carthage, Meade.
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    In The News!

    A travel blog entry by gchsdrama on Jul 01, 2015

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    ... any of those Greek plays, the reason why they’re so great, is that they continue to be applicable to our own human condition, and we can find parallels in that,” Christilles said. “In them, we can continue to find our reflection and that of our world situation.” Christilles said these teachers will likely return with countless ways to adapt Antigone to reflect contemporary Greece. His students always return to tell ...

    Day 19

    A travel blog entry by cejohnson on Jun 30, 2015

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    ... plates (BBQ and Italian). Steve went into the Walmart to do some 'sporting goods' shopping and to buy some Klondike bars for our desert. After dark I'm going to sneak our bag of trash out to a Walmart teach can in the parking lot. We don't have Internet so we are sitting around working puzzles on our iPads. So much for an early evening to bed for us,10:50pm... Good ...

    Welp, here it goes...

    A travel blog entry by sogorilla on Jun 24, 2015

    ... Kansas, where I am a middle school and high school social studies teacher. I needed to pay some bills and check up on the apartment so I decided to include a stop there. There are several reasons for the delay in publishing this post. First, I did not know if the trip had a chance of success or not. Second, I was not sure if I was going to survive the cities of the East Coast. This was a real thought in the back of my mind. Midwesterners hear about the jungle ...

    Day 23: Lamar to Garden City

    A travel blog entry by fimonster on Jun 22, 2015

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    ... Thankfully I have cured both now) Last 13 miles longest and hardest of my life. The air is so hot. Kept feeling had goose bumps, almost a feverish feeling. Kept pouring water over me but didn't make much difference. Saw someone in van and first time been properly tempted! With 7 miles left again tempted to call van just for rest and to get out of heat. Plodded and Norwegians stayed too. Really really tough. Had shower and nap when arrived. Lost hour too ...

    Day 22: Pueblo to Lamar

    A travel blog entry by fimonster on Jun 21, 2015

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    So 120 mile day. Early start. First 70 went quickly. Nicely downhill. Then had a head wind. Then started getting hot. Really hot. Was humid too. Felt quite drained. Had team colours on with Kettie. Her friend Ann has joined us. Barry also joined us. Last stop at Hasty. False advertising. Nothing hasty about it. Abandoned. Had road kill for dinner... So now I am at the point when I am unsure what room I am in and all hotels looking very similar. I also have glove tan ...