The Cornhusker

333 S. 13th St., Lincoln, Nebraska, 68508, United States | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $149.00
 

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Cornhuskin'

A travel blog entry by alycat09

Oh boy. Day 3 was an action packed day. Not only did we see the world's largest truck stop (gasp!...and no we didn't visit) we ended up in Lincoln, NE home of the cornhuskers! What a formidable sounding foe. I'm trembling just imaging the terror that they must inspire in their opponents when they step onto the football field (this trip has a lot of …

Lincoln, NE

A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie

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... but decent options. And we didn't pay for it, so that's always good :-) Now, we continue our journey west to see more sites! Trip Summary 2180 miles driven 46:19 hours in the car 17.5 miles on the trail 12 NPS sites visited 2 National Battlefields 1 National Battlefield Site 1 National Parkway 1 National River 1 National Military Park 2 National Monuments 3 National Historic Sites 1 National ...

Homestead NM

A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie

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This morning we visited the Homestead National Monument of America. The Homestead Act of 1862 offered free land (160 acres) for anyone willing to live on it, farm it, and build a home. Through this Act, the government gave away 270 million acres of land. Of that, only about 40%252525 of the folks actually received the title for the land - which required 5 years of "homesteading." The NPS site is at the location of one of the very first parcels given away through this ...

The endless straight road with the same view

A travel blog entry by thedanes

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... made across Nebraska. I-80 through Southern Nebraska is one long road going east/west and looks the same all across the state - flat and green. Tonight we'll enjoy another Red Box movie and maybe some apple cobbler with ice cream later (that would be Jim speaking), as we are parked behind a Cracker Barrel and he googled their dessert ...

Stopped to watch wall clouds

A travel blog entry by kangalis

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... us to get our own drinks from the barman(unheard of in America). To cap it all, the loos were flooded at the end of the evening and we had to hold on until we got to the hotel. By great good fortune a temporary respite was awarded and we were able to walk back to the car when it wasn't ...

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