Hampton Inn Norfolk
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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.
The third park we went to was the Heartland of America Park, site of a world exposition in the 1930’s. It boasts one of the highest spouting fountains in the US. We took a photo but the white spray against the gray sky did ...
Spent the night in the Cracker Barrel in Council Bluffs. Breakfast there. Headed to Horseshoe Casino. Had a good time there. Ate at the Binion. Played for awhile. Smaller than the Horseshoe in Baltimore, but nice. Getting ready to head out of this town. Fueling up, bugs off the windshield, ready to roll east! 1044pm here. Oh, and the trip mileage cleared... Somehow with ...
... Siddhartha sitting by a river, hut behind him under the cover of bodhi trees; his thoughts slowly drifting off as serenity envelops him.
Daybreak. Woke at just light, that juncture when the blue of sky and water can't be distinguished. 7 am we were outside amidst the cool breeze, situated in our recliner and rocking chairs respectively. I nursed my addiction to caffeine with the always trusty Diet Dr. Pepper; my eyes narrowed as I looked out towards the bend, where the ...
... the linear line of this spinning ball homo sapiens arrive, with thought and reason and an interest in the world's history. A pounding pulse is heard as humans begin to also think about what's beyond this earth; what watches them? Another beat and it's clear that this is not a body we walk on and belong to: It's one big soul.
Our adventure in paleontology was forty miles away on the straightest road I've ever driven. One total turn stood between ...
... 50 minutes, all the while the sun shined down, and I'm pleased to report that there was no litter along the roadsides. Just like the Bible belt, the towns are happily affixed with churches. The difference being that they're Lutheran and Catholic, rather than Baptist and Methodist; this is something a Southerner would notice. Also, the size of churches here are astronomically bigger in geometric size, in relation to township. Most people ...