Courtyard Omaha Aksarben Village
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Another day of good weather, 691 kms covered and two more states, Illinois and Iowa, are behind us.
The boys are really taking to this travelling lifestyle.
This was just a 2 night stopover in Omaha. We spent the day buying Christmas presents for Julie, her family, and her extended family who we would be spending our first White Christmas with. After travelling for 6 months without being able to but anything a little retail therapy was quite fun. Hours were spent finding just the right gifts for each person. Our friend of 25 years (Julie) picked us up and then in was a 3 hour drive to Loup City, ...
... said this, that did not stop me eating loads of it! My favourite part of the breakfast was definitely the bacon, peanut butter and jam on toast I had ;-) We then both had a bath, watched some bad American daytime TV (the view scares me) and we made our way to the zoo. The hotel also agreed to look after our luggage for us during the day. The receptionist at the hotel very kindly drove us to the zoo; there was a shuttle service which turned out to be like a ...
... morning's sports highlights were being shown on the television hanging on the wall. Ten minutes after we arrived, another couple also entered the restaurant and chose the two empty stools beside me. However, this couple was in their 90s. I first noticed the wife's manicured fingers with bright red nail polish and a handpainted design on her two thumbs ~ interesting, I thought, for an elderly lady. The waitress did not take their order, there was ...
... s most up-to-date figure comes from 2008, and stated that there were a total of 95 physicians in the whole country.)
Health Expenditures per capita: $32 (US was $7,285) (2007)
People living with HIV/AIDS: 55,000; 1.7% adults (2007)
People undernourished: 46%
Tropical; hot, humid; summer/rainy season (May through December); winter/dry season (December through April)