BEST WESTERN PLUS Kelly Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Kelly Inn Omaha
We always stay at the Best Western Kelly inn when we are in Omaha with the kids. The pool is awesome for little ones. We have always had good service and the rooms are well kept.
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... our impression of the smaller towns becoming dilapidated and deserted by the younger generations.
Pressing on, we soon came to the small town of Stuart. Though big enough to justify a water tower with its name on, it was still small - a sign said: "Home of 1700 good eggs and a few stinkers."
Route 6 merged into Interstate 80, and the miles passed quickly below our wheels. Undulating countryside of mixed farming use passed by, to ...
Some nice points about Iowa I80...The road was smooth, rest stops every 30 miles, free WiFi, and some even had "dump stations". Thank you IOWA! At 1:00 it is raining & 66. So, here we are waiting for 2 new tires to arrive. We had a flat on the ROP side. We were very fortunate, it happened just as we exited for gas and to stop for the nite...pulled across the street into Sapp Bros service center. 4 trucks. .. A mere $1,000 later.. We will boondocks ...
... which is really handy. The one where we stopped was also an historic site along the Mormon trail to Utah. When we crossed the Mississippi River, we were in Illinois at Moline. In the next couple of hours we drove through Peoria and arrived in Normal. Tomorrow, Ruby, Jaimie, Jaimie's friend Krissy, and I are going to Chicago. Looking forward to ...
After we shut down at the small FBO on the north side of the field, we went inside to inquire about fuel and a bite of lunch. Although the fuel was $0.50 a gallon more expensive, the bookkeeper volunteered to let us borrow her personal van to run into town, and this without knowing anything about me - not even my name.
Alex and i drove three miles into the town of Portage, MO. WE'd been given directions to a restaurant (OK, it was ...
... but just didn’t feel like it. Weird. Heaps of people were swimming, sunbathing and paddle-boarding there, some of them no doubt have never even seen the real sea.
Also stopped at a cool Museum – Pioneers of the Prairie, in Nebraska. Told the story of the great West migration of pioneers and Mormon pilgrams, thousands came by foot and horse and wagon in the mid 1800’s, seeking a better life and religious freedom. They had rebuilt an Indian earth home, ...