Rodeway Inn

1124 East 4th St, Ainsworth, Nebraska, 69210, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on 1124 East 4th St, Ainsworth.
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Travel Blogs from Ainsworth

Ancient Rhino and Camel Fossils in Nebraska

A travel blog entry by travelswitz on Sep 06, 2014

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Who would have thought that a volcano in Idaho would have thrown so much ash into the air that several feet of it landed all the way into eastern Nebraska? That's what happened millions of years ago and the skeletons of the animals it killed weren't discovered until the early 1970's. Here are amazing pix of these real fossils that we were able to get up close to. Read all about this site at: ...

The long straight roads are disappearing

A travel blog entry by abagworth on Sep 01, 2014

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... a quaint place full of memorabilia including a cardboard cut out of John Wayne (had to the photo of course). This place and the surrounding countryside looked to be a very bleak remote place to be in the winter.

We continued on our journey into the afternoon - heavy rain at one point and some off roading where the road was under repair - Bridget was not keen on this! The sun came out though and so did the lovely ...

Mount Rushmore and the Badlands

A travel blog entry by bazookatie on Aug 29, 2014

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Yesterday we left Wyoming and entered South Dakota, where we went and saw Devil's Tower. Then we headed for Mount Rushmore and drove through Bear Country USA. We thought it was going to be more of a preservation for the animals, but really it was just a zoo that you could drive through, which makes me sad :(. I'd rather have less zoos and have more areas where animals can live free and healthy without ...

Butte to Winner

A travel blog entry by pedallingtheusa on Aug 22, 2014

We woke up in the small city park camp site to another really sticky tent from the humidity. There was a sheet of fog over the cornfield just across the road until the sun rose. After packing all our stuff up it was around 7:30. We went to another typical American cafe for breakfast before setting off cycling. The cafe was run by the towns fire department and the boss had an amazing waxed moustache. We rode almost 40 ...

Sunday in a Nebraska Cow Town

A travel blog entry by travelswitz on Jun 29, 2014

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... her sister, Lynn. We can't visit Maggie's hometown without a round of spades. The winner today was Mike, of course, with Judy and Andrew as partners. (Maggie won't let me post the score this time.) Yesterday, we decided to give Larry a 70th birthday by trimming his collie, Clyde's winter coat for the summer. We've never taken electric shears to an animal before but were up for ...