Knights Inn Junction City

Address: 1024 S Washington, Junction City, Kansas, 66441, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1024 S Washington, Junction City, is near Atomic Cannon and Milford State Park.
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Travel Blogs from Junction City

Day 4: Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum

A travel blog entry by tedr1962 on Oct 30, 2014

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... president General Smith was looking forward to advancement in the White House for the man he had faithfully served. Instead of advancement, he was basically told that his service was needed as Assistant Secretary of State. No man or woman in today's hyper sensitive political environment would ever even think to accept a demotion. General Smith served loyally and with great effort helped the president in several initiatives. Long after his ...

Western Adventure

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

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... away was Hamilon, Mo which was home to JC Penny and the next town of Cameron which was home to Walter Cronkite. Many celebrities seem to have started their early life along 36 Hwy in Mossouri. Crossing into Kansas we got on the Pony Express Hwy. We made it to Maryville, KS where we found a place to lay our heads.. The Surf Inn. Dinner at Penny's Diner was awesome! Total miles traveled today ...

Tallgrass Prairie

A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jun 24, 2014

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... was almost 6 miles round trip and went along an old gravel road to a scenic overlook. The trail goes through a large pasture that supposedly is home to a somewhat aggressive buffalo herd, so we were cautioned (on the map & by the ranger) to be extremely careful and stay far away from the buffalo. We figured that we've hiked in enough places with bison that it shouldn't be too big of a deal, but we were alert and watching out ...

Day 2: St. Louis to Junction City, KS

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

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... small - full of nice wholesome people and a cute "downtown" full of small shops. We grabbed a bite to eat at Kite's bar and grille - and discovered our waitress was from Pickerington, Ohio! She was thrilled to see fellow Ohio-ans and cheered us with "O-H"! ...

Abilene - Eisenhower Country

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 04, 2012

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Onwards and eastwards my next stop was Abilene, a small historic town with a number of claims to fame. Abilene was the terminus of the Chisholm Trail on which cattle were driven north from Texas to the railroad in Abilene in the late 1860s and early 1870s to be shipped to Chicago. An estimated 5 million head of cattle reached Abilene over several years, and the large number of cowboys at the end of the trail made Abilene one of the wildest towns in the West for a few years.

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