Imperial Motel

2140 South Broadway Street, Wichita, Kansas, 67211, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 2140 South Broadway Street, Wichita, is near Exploration Place, Museum of World Treasures, Old Town, and Arkansas River Trail.
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Travel Blogs from Wichita

Day 32: Baseball, Pho, and Wichita

A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Oct 02, 2014

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... It wasn't as good as home, but it was exactly what I needed! Perfect road trip food! A few more hours on the road, and we made it into Wichita, Kansas. When we left Houston, it's was sunny and 95 degrees. In Wichita, it's night and 59 degrees. Looks like I'm going to bust out the jeans tomorrow! We will have about six more hours to Denver before we meet up with another high school classmate for a weekend of Broncos ...

It got HOT, HOT, HOT!!

A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Aug 19, 2014

7 comments, 19 photos

... south on US 77, stopping in Junction City, Kansas for fuel. We paid $3.27/gal and got over 10 mpg on that tank. From there, we hopped on I-70 W toward Abilene, Kansas to tour the Eisenhower Library and Museum. As we drove, I saw a sign that said we were also following the Chisholm Trail. I think five different trails converge in this area: Santa Fe, Oregon, Chisholm, Pony Express and California I believe.

We arrived at the ...

Getting a few kicks on part of Historic Route 66!

A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Jul 17, 2014

17 comments, 11 photos

... that time period...like watching the movie, "Cars". In fact, we saw a replica of "Tow Mater" at a small Route 66 museum. Fun.

The topography as we started our drive into Kansas is quite different from what one would expect thinking of the usual stereotypical thoughts of what Kansas is...actually, it is very rolling in places, bigger horizons in others and (as you might expect) fairly sparsely populated for the most part. The roads were very ...

WSU! (the other one)

A travel blog entry by cameronstone on Jul 03, 2014

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... hit home with me when he asked if we remember the first time we rode a bike. I still remember the capital forest campground and I could feel for the presenter/ father of a kid that participated in the camp when he said he will remember the moment his child rode forever. For the 4th we went to a block party and watched the fireworks and sang along to a bunch of good ol' American country songs. It was great to just relax with the team and celebrate the birth of the greatest country on ...

Kansas is so big where is Newton

A travel blog entry by lindemand on Jun 30, 2014

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We rode out of Lyons this morning in nice weather. The winds were building but it was on our side most of the way. We rode through a nice small college town in Sterling and on through Nickerson , Buhler and in to Hesston. At Hesston we had ...