American Inn Motel

Address: 1336 East First Street, Pratt, Kansas, 67124, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel is located on 1336 East First Street, Pratt.
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  • Free High-Speed Internet
  • Free parking
  • Pets allowed
 

TripAdvisor Reviews American Inn Motel Pratt

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Travel Blogs from Pratt

Close to home in Kansas

A travel blog entry by cameronstone on Jul 02, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... We had some great talks, played waterbaloon baseball and some corn hole. If you don't wanna read about me missing the Stone family or hunting then stop here. This evening we had dinner with the Ninsca Valley archery club. Immediately when I heard we were having a steak dinner with a bunch of hunters I thought of my dad and little bro and wished they were here ...

Trinidad CO to Pratt KS

A travel blog entry by xcountry-mctrip on Oct 31, 2012

This was another beautiful cold morning on my trip across the country. The early morning temp was 25F. Which made for a very cold ride. The first town I went through was called Cougar Valley but I must have missed all the hot older women. It is now starting to warm up but is only about 35F, thank goodness for electric clothes and heated hand grips.There weren't any beautiful scenes on this part of the trip. However there were plenty of stock yards, ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by shane.bantry on May 04, 2012

4 photos

Day one complete. The route we took was Hot Springs, Forth Smith, Tulsa, Sand Springs, Wichita and finished at the 1st rest stop we could find. After driving through Oklahoma and part of Kansas I can see why people once believe the world was flat. Not a hill or a mound in sight, great farming land though! The roads were often long, straight as an arrow and ...

Day 56: Park and Ride

A travel blog entry by gazzatron on Nov 17, 2011

20 photos

... Pops is apparently a big deal, and to have found it by accident just seems ridiculous, so we had to go inside, see what the what what was.






















They've got every drink you can think of, then 600 more than you didn't think of. It's all set out in sections. Orange, Red, Green, Cola and of course Nick's personal favourite. ...

Popz and Pratt

A travel blog entry by nickomahoney on Nov 17, 2011

11 photos

Tried to finish off my giant donut but gave up, seeing it's turned into hard bread now


















Today we cross Route 66 as we head North from Oklahoma (we will rejoin it on our way back South and actually follow it during New Mexico ...