Rodeway Inn North Platte

Address: 920 North Jeffers Street, North Platte, Nebraska, 69101, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 920 North Jeffers Street, North Platte, is near Union Pacific Railroad Bailey Yard, Buffalo Bill Ranch State Historical Park, and Lake Maloney State Recreation Area.
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Nebraska state info

A travel blog entry by amanda.sust2731 on Apr 06, 2015

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Capital -Lincoln

Cities- North Platte, Omaha

Year of statehood- 1867

Motto-Equality before the law

Flower- Golden Rod

Bird-Western Meadowlark


Square miles-77,358

5 other facts- 87 state parks, state mammal is the white
tailed deer, state tree is the cottonwood, famous for chimney rock, and famous
for agate fossil beds


Someone's looking out for me

A travel blog entry by carllord on Nov 16, 2014

... for about an hour - A group of people came to see if I was alright - it helped me realize that there are still good people in the world - made it safely to North Platte and I'm resting in my car because I don't want to deal with people right ...

Wyoming and Nebraska

A travel blog entry by cbw1991 on Oct 09, 2014

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Birgitta -

Woke up this morning to a stunning vista of Wyoming mountains. Felt like I was living in some Western movie location! Interesting drive through incredibly windy country. (Apparently the wind is a "friend", according to Wyoming's wildlife management, as it blows the snow off the vegetation in places and piles it up in ...

Filsons' West etc.

A travel blog entry by mafilson on Sep 22, 2014

Hi all, The corn wasn't as high as an elephant's eye, but the fields of corn stretched from Kansas City most of the way to mid-Nebraska at which point the Sandhills took over with hay and cows. At a highway rest stop I got to ask a few farming questions of the information attendant before John dragged me away (onward ever onward!) -- answers: 1. These miles of corn are mostly grown for cattle feed, as seed crops, and for corn ...

Fort Cody Trading Post-Totally free

A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Aug 10, 2014

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... during the Indian Wars. He was Awarded the Medal of Honor in 1872 and was a strong supporter of the rights of the Native American, treating them fairly and respectfully. He also supported women's rights and equal treatment, including pay.

There is much more to the man than the ledgend.

Who knew? Not us!

Bye for now and stay well.