Motel 6 Lawrence

Address: 1130 N 3rd Street, Lawrence, Kansas, 66044, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1130 N 3rd Street, Lawrence, is near Massachusetts Street, Museum of Natural History, Liberty Hall, and Spencer Museum of Art.
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Travel Blogs from Lawrence

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A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Feb 23, 2015

... tolls, guys. (1 minute later). Oh Kitty, take this and buy me a coke!"
"**** it. Lie about your CV!"
"That lesbian girl, she wanted to kiss me, she wants me. But I can't ...

1/2/2014

A travel blog entry by brooklyn85 on Jan 02, 2014

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... and culture; etc. This is what my nervousness is branching from.

At the same point, these reasons are what is making me most excited: Exploring a new culture and language! Emerging in history and nature without distraction of technology; Being able to solely submerge myself in new experiences (without altering my behavior or actions to accommodate with a friends attitude); etc;
...

Lawrence - Jayhawk Country

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 05, 2012

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If I were to live in Kansas, Lawrence would be my choice.
That’s not to say I want to live in Kansas, but Lawrence is the state’s largest
university town as home to University of Kansas, which makes it more
open-minded academically-oriented place than other spots in the state. I find
the scenery around Lawrence to be quite nice, mostly grassland but moist enough
to be greener and have more trees than the barrens of the ...

Topeka - Capital of Kansas

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 05, 2012

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... the state. They
were executed in the 1930s and have some similarity with the works of
better-known Missouri native Thomas Hart Benton. My favorite is of abolitionist
John Brown preaching his views with scenes of the era behind him, including
pro-slavery factions with the Confederate flag and cattle and men crossing the
plains pulling handcarts with a twister in the distance.

Downtown Topeka was pretty dead on Saturday, and I ...

Chasing Dreams

A travel blog entry by normon66 on Oct 14, 2011

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... and don't eat anything processed, then I suppose you can place your debts wherever you would like.

After doing a little smart phone research on the St Louis Arch, I figured that getting a few pictures out the truck window as I was passing by would be about as valuable and memorable to me as taking the time to drive and park, pay an entrance fee, walk around and take a couple pictures - all the while not gaining any lead on the route to ...