Fairfield Inn & Suites Council Bluffs
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Most advice when traveling across the great plains of the top of the USA is "keep driving" and that was pretty much what we did. It was so straight and boring that even Hilary got behind the wheel for a few hundred miles. It was good to finally take on the drive that had hung over us and we were keen to get it over with. Unfortunately the kids wouldn't sleep during the drives as they had done on previous legs and we ended up with some pretty ratty attitudes by ...
... up the car at Costco, walked about inside (more walking - is good!) and bought a Costco hotdog to take back to the room with us for supper. By the time we got back to the room, we were hungry, so the hotdog is gone, and I'm working on a cup of tea.
Our next two days are driving days: Fargo, ND, then Winnipeg, Manitoba, where we'll spend 2 nights and one day.
... bombed French churches, war bond posters, letters, medals, individual persons' stories, children's toys, and lots more! While we were there, we also got to hear a special event - a subset of a nearby Army band came and played some jazz. They were good. The museum is kind of dug into a bunker, half underground. On the roof is an observation deck with a 40 foot Liberty Memorial tower on ...
... would have liked to watch. And it was free. Time was slower. This was a huge plane, B 767. 2- 3- 2 seats.
I tried very hard to use my remote to select a movie and then listen to it. I got a movie in spanish, and then when harry met sally. Nick loves flying LAN internationally, they always have good food and free wine.
We land in Bogota at 6:50pm. Dark already. Ready to go to bed. aaaaaand Nick did not write down the hotel ...
... women and children of the tribe of Black Kettle, Chief of the Cheyenne. Southwards from here is Denver and Colorado Springs. Garden of the Gods is a natural wonder of this area and it was bequeathed to the public by the white settlers who realised that the Indians were right and no one can own the land, or the sky or the trees, because they will all still be here ...
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