Boarders Inn And Suites By Cobblestone
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- Non-smoking hotel
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- High-speed internet in room
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And here it’s happened again.
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... family and friends during this time; I know I've been neglecting most of you for too long. Please hold me accountable.
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We pulled out at 7:07 am mountain time and headed East ...
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Well, we started out in the Land of the Concrete and wound up Children of the Corn. Wow, corn everywhere, as far as you can see! They don't call Nebraska folks the Cornhuskers for nothing!!
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