Courtyard Omaha LaVista
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we were on honeymoon ;-) Afterwords we strolled to a nearby fountain, which was very pretty, and now as I write this we are sitting in a pub, sharing a pumpkin wheat beer :-) We get back on the Amtrak in about 2 hours, and it's then on to Denver! We get in at about 7am, so wish us luck getting to sleep! Albeit a short stay, Omaha really helped us to recharge our batteries, and we had some great food and visited a fantastic zoo - all in all, a fantastic pit stop! ...
We enjoyed our stay in Omaha. Lovely city - 410,000 population, on the Missouri River. Big enough to have everything, but small enough to have a country town feel. Enjoyed our time here. Lots of beautiful trees and of course with it being "fall" lots of lovely colours. Warren Buffett (the billionnaire) lives here - and the locals tell us he is a regular kind of guy, lives in a ...
... with our impression of the smaller towns becoming dilapidated and deserted by the younger generations.
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Route 6 merged into Interstate 80, and the miles passed quickly below our wheels. Undulating countryside of mixed farming ...
Today was hard to get out of bed because I knew my vacation was over and I wouldn't get to see my family for a month. I just didn't want to get back on the bike again. It made it a little easier that I got to start my ride at my aunt's Pediatric office where we said goodbye and took some pictures. I ground out the first 10 miles and they were the hardest miles of the day because they were all up ...