Best Western Inn of Kearney
Travel Blogs from Kearney
We left Eagle, Colorado after a great, free breakfast at the hotel.
The Rockies continued to overwhelm us. We stopped along the highway at all the scenic turnouts to take pictures and gape at the mountains, streams, and trees. We drove pass the ski resorts at Vail and others along the way. We searched for Bighorn sheep around Georgetown. …
... but sustained and provided for those who chose to make a new start in life. We were fascinated to learn that 16 current residents of Nicodemus are direct descendants of the original community, which was settled in 1877. The National Park Service and the residents of Nicodemus work together to preserve the five remaining historic structures: a hotel, two churches, a school and the township hall. The First ...
This interactive museum pays tribute to the pioneers and entrepreneurs who trekked across the land. From trail ruts to diners, this splashy, brassy history museum transports you back to the era when the Overland Trails, transcontinental railroad, and ...
We left Gering, NE early in the morning, This was a 6 1/2 hour drive mostly on Highway 80. This campground was the worst we have stayed in on this leg of our journey. We had to stay here to visit the Great Platte River Road Archway. Not much to choose from in the area, Only here for 2 nights so we will make ...
... chedder sauce and also served with your choice of one side - all to be eaten within 15 minutes. No thank you! I'll stick to my bbq pulled pork sandwich that was filling enough!
We headed towards our last destination of the day - The Bridges of Madison County. Each bridge was unique and each one was beautiful. I love covered bridges and really enjoyed seeing so many. We started with Imes Bridge, Holliwell Bridge, Cutler-Donahoe and the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility