Country Haven Inn

Address: 207 Cross Street, Burlington, Kansas, 66839, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 207 Cross Street, Burlington.
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Travel Blogs from Burlington

Treated like Kings

A travel blog entry by cameronstone on Jul 05, 2014

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... local Kiawanis club. It was a potluck style meal with all home cooked food and plenty of it. Also had some really fun talks with a few of the members about living in Emporia and the big 200 gravel road mountain bike race they had last weekend. All in all it was a day fit for a ...

Kansas here we come

A travel blog entry by wright2 on May 11, 2014

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Sunday May 11, 2014

Travel Day

We crossed over into Kansas on US 166 to Baxter Springs and then turned north on US 69 to Fort Scott, this was part of the Kansas Historic Route 66 Scenic Byway, which was a beautiful drive over rolling hills through farm and ranch land. At Fort Scott we spent several hours wondering around the buildings at the "Fort ...

Greetings from IOLA Kansas

A travel blog entry by t2tov on Dec 13, 2013

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... at that time, was the King Bridge Manufacturing
Company, which located the Bridge shops at Iola, in 1871. For some time large
numbers of men were employed, and good business was done. But with the monetary
panic of 1873, the value of bonds so depreciated that the company failed, and
removed its machinery. They received bonds in payment, generally, for their
bridges and work, and for this reason the ...

Time with family and classmates

A travel blog entry by kbrock on Jun 21, 2013

I was able to get to Williamsburg early enough to put three miles in on the old high school track. A rain cloud shadowed me through my full run. I got to visit with my mom's mom who just turned 104 and spend time with my mom and several of my friends from high school. I haven't laughed that *************g, long ...

We Super Ate Ourselves Into Oblivion

A travel blog entry by boulderbigs on May 05, 2013

2 comments, 4 photos

... a classic 6-screen theatre on the edge of town. Apparently, not many people are trying to get out of the weather by going to the matinee. The usher/manager was a classic. He was fully dressed in suit and tie and treated us as if we were the most important people that had ever arrived. He was so professional, maybe even a bit officious, but not in a negative manner. I tried to make him laugh with the absurdity of us being ...