Rodeway Inn Larned
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also looked at:
TripAdvisor Reviews Rodeway Inn Larned
Travel Blogs from Larned
... and conversations with about 10 working residents of the town. Some worked the oilfields, others ranched, one was UPS. Lots of fun while we waited out a fast-appearing thunderstorm. Learned a lot about the working life of Ness from these self -described "lifers". One factoid is that the landowner of a well site gets 12% of the well production for use of the land.No one locally is objecting to the oilfields here by their report. Left the beer, barbecue and ...
... of that era and has been lovingly restored. On down the road the ride was pleasant, absorbing the loneliness of this area while appreciating the agricultural work that is everywhere. Arriving in La Crosse I sought out the " barbed wire museum" and found the more than 2500 individual wire types amazing ....a product that transformed the western US in the late 19th ...
... within 15 miles in either direction. It is definitely very remote. But, from what we learned in the visitor center the folks who live there are very sentimental about the town, its history, and what it represents. The official site consists of a few historic buildings (hotel/post office, 2 churches, and the town hall), most of which are closed up. While this stop certainly will not be a highlight of our trip, ...
... also bought a photograph of fall foliage.
We went to Cripple Creek for diner, gambling, and a cabaret which spoofed lake wobegonn in a western setting. I spent an extra day as the weather was unsettled to the east.
I am now in mid-southern Kansas.
Lots of corn fields, grain fields, oil fields, wind farms, dairy and feed lots.
... finishing up some school stuff. Got the plan changed and all is good.
Driving around Denver right now toward Fort Morgan and our destination Great Bend, KS. Feedlots are huge and stink! Street signs actually do say CR like in the Miranda Lambert song County Road 233..."Gunpowder and Lead".
Oh yeah, the night before we left, I was up til 11:30pm trying to hook up the DISH tailgator we took last year. Went through the tech service process only to discover ...