AmericInn Hotel & Suites Omaha
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... of the day was my sisters query "Why are we not seeing more potato fields? I thought Idaho was famous for its potato production?"
We were in Iowa.
... said this, that did not stop me eating loads of it! My favourite part of the breakfast was definitely the bacon, peanut butter and jam on toast I had ;-) We then both had a bath, watched some bad American daytime TV (the view scares me) and we made our way to the zoo. The hotel also agreed to look after our luggage for us during the day. The receptionist at the hotel very kindly drove us to the zoo; there was a shuttle service which turned out to be like a ...
Today I arrived in Omaha, Nebraska. I traveled by train from New York to Nebraska. I have to go through processing before I can get on the train to California. The train ride here was much more comfortable than the boat ride to US. I am very excited to be able to have a chance to start over and hopefully be able to provide for my family. ...
Sure enjoy people and have met a lot of new people in Omaha through the campaign.
Nov. 8 -- spoke at the first annual Nebraska Firearms Owners banquet at the German-American Society. I'm a 2nd Amendment / gun rights guy all the way, and have enjoyed hunting and shooting as long as I can remember.
Nov. 11 -- Veterans Day -- attended the profoundly moving ceremony at Omaha's Memorial Park, honoring veterans and remembering their sacrifices for this great nation.
Welcome to The Big O. For some reason I had always felt I would like Omaha, Nebraska, and I did. Omaha is a city on a manageable scale, with a compact, stout, well laid-out downtown and the feeling that its citizens actually care about the city they live in. The buildings are nicely constructed but not too big and flashy, the boulevards wide and in a precise grid that makes it easy to get about. And of course ...