Rodeway Inn

Address: 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

Still heading west!

A travel blog entry by spellbound on Jul 23, 2015


... Park, absolutely beautiful, so different than the prairie. It was 96 degrees with a strong wind that probably was. 98 degrees!!!! Had dinner on Belle Foursche, met an oil worker from Cross City, here for a year because of the good money! Tomorrow we check into Sturgis for 3 days while we visit in that area. Keeping ear out about fires in Glazier, heading that way next ...


A travel blog entry by tinabobina on Jul 17, 2015

Chamberlain / OACOMA, South Dakota Left Sioux Falls about 11 Arrived at the OASIS CAMPGROUND, OACOMA, SD. Facing I-90 but under a nice shade tree and on the end. 142 miles and 3:30 hrs start to hookup Lunch and a nap. Back onto I-90 East to a rest stop that has a nice exhibit of Lewis and Clark. Then back to our exit. ...

Fishing with a bow and arrow

A travel blog entry by rhettb on Jul 15, 2015

1 comment, 2 photos

... to rolling hills again.

The LC expedition killed its’ first Buffalo on August 23,
1804 near Vermillion, out of approximately 225 Buffalo killed during the entire trip. Clark:
“J. Fields sent out to hunt. Came to the boat and informed that he had killed a Buffalo in the plain ahead. Captain Lewis took 12 men and had the buffalo brought to ...

Badlands, South Dakota

A travel blog entry by jenny.cogbill on Jul 14, 2015

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... which Tom and Tim took advantage of. From there we drove to badlands national park, it is an amazing landscape, caused by the rapid erosion of soft sedentary rocks by wind and rain, causing jagged tips, and due to the different colours in the rock strata it causes the stripy effect. It really is amazing, called badlands by the native Americans due to the land being inhospitable, very hot in summer, very cold in winter and with irregular rainfall. We went on ...

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 ...