Courtyard By Marriott Junction City

Address: 310 Hammons Drive, Junction City, Kansas, 66441, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 310 Hammons Drive, Junction City, is near Atomic Cannon.
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      Day 4: Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum

      A travel blog entry by tedr1962 on Oct 30, 2014

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      ... is like the others visited so far. All are dedicated to researchers and authors of the like. The one thing I found interesting was Ike's relationship with General Walter Bedell Smith, was Ike's chief of staff while planning the invasion. He was a master organizer and staff administrator. After the war, he continued advancement in the Truman administration, rising to be the Director of Central Intelligence. Once the prospect of Ike becoming ...

      Western Adventure

      A travel blog entry by j.g.albert on Jul 20, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... ago. Next on the notable town list was Marceline, Mo which was the boyhood home of Walt Disney. The house still stands and is occupied by a farm family who chooses not to allow any access. Then the small town of Laclede, Mo which was the boyhood home of General John Pershing. Second stop was in Chillicothe, MO we gassed up, snacked up, and got back on the road. Another town of notoriety a ...

      Tallgrass Prairie

      A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jun 24, 2014

      5 photos

      ... from mid-1850s to around 1830. The part that was most interesting were the rules for teachers. For women, you could not dye your hair, be out of the house from 8pm to 6am unless it was a school function, no socializing in the ice cream parlor, restricted dating/marriage. For men, most notably was that you could go on a date only 1 night a week unless you were active in the church in which case you could go out 2 nights a week. The ...

      Day 2: St. Louis to Junction City, KS

      A travel blog entry by jae.and.sandy on Mar 13, 2014

      2 comments

      Leaving St. Louis mid-afternoon we drove the entire state of Missouri and stopped 125 miles into Kansas at Junction City for the night. Nearby was Fort Riley army base (but we were pooped after driving so we didn't see it!). The town was very ...

      Abilene - Eisenhower Country

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 04, 2012

      1 comment, 29 photos

      ... by Indians with origins in Gujarat state. Some still owned by white Americans try to capitalize on potential patrons’ prejudices by advertising that they’re not Indian. I make it a point of avoiding any motel with and “American Owned” sign. The little independents are usually cheaper than even the budget-priced chains with adequate rooms with a bed and WiFi. Hey, that’s all I need; I’m no diva and it beats sleeping in the car when it’s very cold or ...