AmericInn Lodge & Suites Lincoln North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and herds of cattle were being driven up the Texas Trail where they were sold and loaded on rail cars and shipped to markets in the east.
We went to Front Street, took some more pictures for Ron, and had breakfast at the Livery Barn Café. Then we headed east on I80.
It rained off and on all day and was generally another miserable day. We are now in Central Time, so once again our bodies need to adjust. We passed ...
Last night I stayed in Lincoln, Nebraska at a girl named Rebecca's house. I met her through the website Couchsurfing. She is 26 and graduated from University of Nebraska right in Lincoln and grew up in western Nebraska. She lived right downtown and when I arrived at about 4:30, we walked to a ramen restaurant and then down to a coffee place in the "Haymarket" which is the more historical part of Lincoln. Lincoln is a really cool town and has a bunch ...
... road so I capitulated and hopped on the Interstate, I80. They have a very generous 80 MPH speed limit but seriously you gotta do 95+ to stay competitive or you'll get run over by grandma's in mini vans. Even in construction sites, of which thankfully there were few, the speed limit is 65 MPH.
Interstates have few pro's;
- There are a lot of gas stations, restaurants, attractions, etc
- You get where you ...
... we traveled from Maine to Florida with stops in between. We blew out tires, lost an awning, and our brakes. We ran from several hurricanes and were fortunate not to run into any. We met some super people, saw some awesome places and didn't kill each other. We upgraded to a Fleetwood Pace Arrow, 36' with three slides and continued our travels until October of 2005, when we came back to New Hampshire.
... see. We saw a few wind farms, but nothing like we have seen in California and states further west. But, our view was only from Interstate 80. Many complain about these wind turbines, saying that their presence mars the countryside, but I find them pleasing to watch, as they perform their graceful dance when encouraged by the wind.
In early afternoon, we landed in Omaha, Nebraska after crossing the Missouri River. And we turned the car towards Boys Town. ...