Hampton Inn Council Bluffs
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The mattress and covers at the Hampton Inn, which is directly attached to the Ameristar Casino were very nice. The breakfast was free and better than most hotel breakfast buffets.
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... of blocks away called the Prairie Park that showed brass sculptures of geese and buffalo that were abundant at the point Omaha was first being developed. Again the contrast of these figures against the buildings were intriguing.
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... do more fun things later.
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