Rodeway Inn

Address: 2222 West 6th Street, Lawrence, Kansas, 66049, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 2222 West 6th 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

Lists and Lists and Lists

A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Feb 23, 2015

... m a winker!"
"I'm usually hungry after I cry."
"I'm not a ******* bike monster, I'm not trying to be lance Armstrong".

Sinead's List of Outrageous ...

Day Two

A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Aug 18, 2014

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We left the campground a little later this morning because we didn't want to get into St. Louis during rush hour. So we had a relaxing morning and a good breakfast. We left around 8:30.

We crossed the Mississippi about 2 hours later, but before that we crossed the Chain of Rocks Canal. At first we thought we were crossing the Mississippi because of the huge bridges. Down river we saw white water and learned that there is a series of rock ledges ...

Lawrence - Jayhawk Country

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 05, 2012

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... purposes, but the Sumner has a fair sized permanent collection on

The campus has numerous statues of a funny-looking little
bird that resembles a cross between crow and Woody Woodpecker. It’s called a
Jayhawk. Kansas is the Sunflower State, and the state bird is the Western
Meadowlark. So what’s a Jayhawk?

Lawrence’s attractive downtown was bustling the Saturday
afternoon I was there. 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 ...

On My Way

A travel blog entry by zambezizinger on Feb 07, 2012

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After a year and a half of working my way onward through the
application process, I am finally going. Note to the wise, cross your t's
and dot your i's during the application process or it will bite you in the
butt. Because of a missing date on a medical form, I was delayed another
3 months before getting my invitation.

And being a Forestry Extension Agent in Zambia ...