Eco-Lux Inn

1909 Krenzien Drive, Norfolk, Nebraska, 68701, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1909 Krenzien Drive, Norfolk.
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Travel Blogs from Norfolk

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A travel blog entry by josaeliz on Sep 18, 2014

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We visited the cornpalace which unfortunately was being redone and continued through Sioux Falls and Sioux City to Nebraska where we found a nice little town called Decatur. We spent the night in Onawa across the river. Nevertheless we returned to Decatur for dinner at the Green Lantern Steak ...

Day Twenty Seven

A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Sep 12, 2014

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... Friday: Today was a travel day. We drove through the rest of New Mexico, northern Texas, and into Oklahoma. Yesterday the temp was in the 80s and most of today in the 40s! It is cloudy and drizzling off and on. Not much to see on this drive. We did see hundreds (Mike says thousands) of cattle in muddy pens with a sign that said Quality beef products. Didn't look like quality to us. Disgusting. We are staying in Elk City, Oklahoma tonight.
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Easy riding to Margerittaville.

A travel blog entry by dc2sanfran2014 on Sep 11, 2014

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... with our impression of the smaller towns becoming dilapidated and deserted by the younger generations.

Pressing on, we soon came to the small town of Stuart. Though big enough to justify a water tower with its name on, it was still small - its sign said: "Home of 1700 good eggs and a few stinkers."

Route 6 merged into Interstate 80, and the miles passed quickly below our wheels. Undulating countryside of mixed farming ...

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: ...

Hello South Dakota

A travel blog entry by chancesullivan on Aug 27, 2014

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We left Yankton around 8 am with our sights set on Chamberlin for lunch, driving along the Missouri River, with plenty of twisty roads overlooking the Muddy Mo. We drove through several apparently abandoned towns along Native American Reservations, with run-down houses, barns, and community buildings. After awhile the road turned to gravel, adding a new element of adventure.

We stopped in at The Anchor for lunch in to Chamberlin, ...

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