Howard Johnson Junction City
Travel Blogs from Junction City
Well, after a year of planning and one day of packing, we (Courtney and Andy) are heading across the pond to the Old World a/k/a we're going to Europe. It should be an awesome trip and we are excited to start the journey.
If you would like to follow along with our adventure and/or see Andy ...
... access to Bio foods
Great baguettes everywhere
Great sandwiches at any little shop and stand
Vegetarian meat products in all shapes and styles
Things We Missed in Europe:
Smoke-free eating, traveling, and walking
Blue cheese salad dressing
Easy communication in English
Melendra's face soap
Ease of driving places
Car carts at the grocery store
We left the great sand dunes and drove through Colorado into Kansas where we spent the night at another walmart. The next morning, we got up and drove to Abilene, ks, the home of the Eisenhower museum and library. We toured his boyhood home, which was way smaller than Jefferson's which we saw last year. Then we checked out the grounds and the museum. Finally, we made the push to St. Louis where we stayed at a ...
... need of a little TLC, but the lobby was clean and remodeled and the rooms were clean. Every thing was good until I tried to log into the internet. My computer would not let me get this done. So I called the front desk (let the phone ring for about 10 minutes until I got an answer.) Spoke to a man named Mike Kim, owner, talk about rude and arrogant. He was totally unhelpful. The other staff tried to help me but we could not ...
... walked around and took pictures. Tomorrow morning when there is sunlight we will visit the rest of downtown Abilene. The town was at the end of the Chisholm Trail and between 1867 and 1872 a million cattle were driven up from Texas, loaded onto railroad cars and shipped east. After 1872 Junction City, 30 miles east of here, became the preferred railroad terminus and ended Abilene's glory ...