Wamego Inn & Suites

Address: 1300 Lilac Street, Wamego, Kansas, 66547, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1300 Lilac Street, Wamego, is near Oz Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Wamego

    Day 4

    A travel blog entry by jamesandlindsey on Aug 11, 2015

    6 photos

    ... us out for great Colorado beers with his friends from his program and it was refreshing for both of us to hear people talking about a field we know nothing about (i.e. not the law). Eric provided the most luxurious air mattress we’ve ever seen, complete with inflatable headrest and pillow top.

    Stats:

    Route: Kansas 18W, US24W, I70W

    Mileage: 508.9








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    Back in Topeka

    A travel blog entry by traveltheroad on Jul 30, 2015

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    We had such a full day seeing all the sights around Topeka we decided to stay another night. Tomorrow we have another jam packed day as we finish up sightseeing here in Topeka and then head out to Kansas City. It's been fun seeing the all the small towns, barns, and ...

    Move to Manhattan

    A travel blog entry by sethfield on Jun 19, 2015

    I moved to Manhattan a little less than a month after arriving at Fort Riley. I spent that time in-processing and house hunting while staying at Derek and Amanda's house on post while they were at NTC and in Easton. Eventually we settled on renting a home in northwest ...

    George, I don't think we're in Kansas anymore!

    A travel blog entry by triviafanatics on Jun 09, 2015

    9 photos

    ... of grain" or maybe John Denver's gold "windy Kansas wheat field". We did see wheat fields, although I imagine they will be a lot taller later in the year. We also saw a lot of farms of various kinds growing various things. You could always tell where a farm house was because they were all surrounded by "fences" of tall evergreen trees.

    We also started seeing oil derricks sucking oil from the ground like giant metal mosquitoes. (Not a bad synonym if ...

    Music and Structures Intro

    A travel blog entry by arosine on May 22, 2015

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    In 2011, Kimberly Kramer, Professor of Structural Engineering, and I began brainstorming about a Study Abroad course that would combine our two disciplines. I told her about my visit to Prague in 2010. After a several months of talking about the course, we applied for a grant that would allow us to visit Prague and plan the course. In ...