Cornerstone Bed and Breakfast

Address: 140 North 39th Street, Omaha, Nebraska, 68131, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 140 North 39th Street, Omaha, is near Joslyn Art Museum, Creighton University, Joslyn Castle, and Gerald R. Ford Birthsite and Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Omaha

    Covered Wagons and Bison in Downtown Omaha

    A travel blog entry by villadale on Jul 02, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... the Missouri, but it was raining so hard and so foggy we could not see the river.

    From there we drove north to Missouri Valley where we went to the Desoto Wildlife Refuge. We had heard about this site at the earlier prairie refuge we had visited. Besides the refuge they had a river steamer, the Bertram, that had sunk in 1865 on her maiden voyage. Two entrepreneurs had found its remains in a former river channel in 1968 buried under 28 feet of mud. They ...

    Council Bluffs, Iowa

    A travel blog entry by debsullivan on Jul 02, 2015

    9 photos

    ... buttons. So, that won't be accurate :(.... Oh well. And Kody got out the RV door, that I thought I shut, at the Horseshoe. She ran two trucks down and was just standing there looking back at the RV when I realized. Such a good girl, came running back in when I called her! Whew! We would of never gotten her with all of the critters out these parts! Thank you Baby ...

    Bridge Sculptures

    A travel blog entry by villadale on Jul 01, 2015

    10 photos

    ... Bluff and Omaha are the many bridges with a variety of sculptures and decorations, each different and unique.

    Unfortunately, Peg started to not feel well soon after lunch (not caused by the lunch) so she went back to the camper. I took advantage of our early stop to sightseeing to do a couple of loads of laundry at a nearby laundromat. We still had some clean clothes, but I took the opportunity during the break to get these done so ...

    O-Town: Stuff of Legends

    A travel blog entry by soppe on Oct 18, 2014

    3 photos

    When some friends - Kris and Tim - moved to the deep south that is Omaha, Nebraska, they sent back outlandish stories of a dive bar with champagne on tap. Champagne. On. Tap.

    Now, I tend to believe that anything is possible. I believe that Sasquatch are roaming free in the redwood forests of the Northwest, that ghosts haunt every prison and old abandoned building I've ever visited, that murderous children are hiding behind rows in ...

    Oh, the People you Meet

    A travel blog entry by sherri3vol on Jan 04, 2014

    ... morning's sports highlights were being shown on the television hanging on the wall. Ten minutes after we arrived, another couple also entered the restaurant and chose the two empty stools beside me. However, this couple was in their 90s. I first noticed the wife's manicured fingers with bright red nail polish and a handpainted design on her two thumbs ~ interesting, I thought, for an elderly lady. The waitress did not take their order, there was ...