Red Carpet Inn & Suites

Address: 110 E Flint Hills Blvd, Junction City, Kansas, 66441, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 110 E Flint Hills Blvd, Junction City, is near Atomic Cannon.
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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

      10 photos

      ... State University. The home was in a fairly nice neighborhood, ad was about 50 years old. It had the looks of a house owned and in lived in by a college student, of which the owner was. She wasn't staying there, but another guest was. She was a 30ish lawyer working for a political action committee out of New York City, attempting to get out the vote for some unknown candidate in Kansas.

      Eisenhower Family Home:
      I was up and out ...

      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 ...

      Long highway days

      A travel blog entry by marlalaura on Jun 11, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... at all of our stops have been so friendly and have the coolest mid-western accents. Things move at a very slow pace here and everyone waves hello. It reminds me of being back home ☺️ Our spot in Kansas was beautiful. The site ended up being right on the shore of a beautiful state lake and we got to it early in the day so we were able to set up our clothesline and dry everything out, wash the rest of our clothes in our big pot and cook a yummy steak supper. We also ...

      On the Road to Oz...

      A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Jul 22, 2013

      3 comments, 68 photos

      ... would have been nice to update their websites. So we went to see the Custer House. We found out that Custer never lived here??? OK, so this is the same blueprint of the house that Custer lived in. This was the oldest house on Ft. Riley.

      We stopped at the Post Exchange to pick up some Scope and a munchie for the evening then went over to what we thought was a Super 8 Motel, but is now under new management. The motel ...