Bed and Breakfast at Historic Onaledge
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... the same hotel for the night.
Staying up until 2am with JetLag really isn't helping my situation, but Day 2 is an easy travel day to get into position tomorrow for some more storms in NW Nebraska. 4 hour drive should be easily doable.
Will update this post again with pictures at some point, but just wanted to get notes on paper for later on.
... Fettecini Alfredo with chicken, salad with house Italian, and garlic bread. It was all delicious! For dessert there was peach and apple stromboli made like a pizza. There were also open bar on wine, beer and soft drinks. We were in a banquet room on the second floor and the joke was going around that we were having our Last Supper in the Upper Room. Natalia joined us for supper. Larry, Derek, and I said our goodbyes at the ...
... time exploring our surroundings because we had other stuff planned, but we would definitely like to go back and spend way more time here. There are lots of shops, little cafes, tons of coffee places, and of course plenty of pubs and bars to enjoy. For those of you familiar, it's kinda like Broadripple - only beefed up on steroids. Oh, and with snow capped mountains just about every where you ...
... ride of 1,5 hour. Lots of people were active out there! A nice area!!! In the afternoon I went for some 'shopping' or more looking for good shops. I visited two bikeshops and three electronical shops. The bike shop to make sure I know a place for repairing my bike when necessary and the electronical shop to look for a perfect soundsystem for playing my music once I have my appartment (all about the music). To finish I also went to a grocery store to have some food. In the evening ...
... back fond memories of my many visits when I was young.
In the courtyard I was able to photograph the mural by Frank Mechau, Wild Horses. To the best of my knowledge that mural has been in place since 1936.
In the main foyer is another Dale Chihuly chandelier. It was made in 2004 of 842 separate glass parts. The chandelier weighs an impressive 2,200 pounds. It certainly does not look like it should weigh that ...