Hampton Inn York
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from York
Well it will all be downhill from Cheyenne. The landscape is flat and green with oil pumps scattered around. You see a cluster of trees so you know there is a house somewhere in there. When we cross into Nebraska the north side of the interstate is flat and the south side has rolling hills.
On no, we are now in central time so we lost another hour.
About 75 miles into Nebraska the wind is ...
... We generally followed a southern route on Nebraska Federal Highway 77 towards Seward. The only interesting thing (other than the well kept farmsteads) was evidence of recent widespread tornadoes where several buildings were scattered along the landscape and numerous trees downed and branches broken off.
We arrived in Seward (about 25 miles northwest of Lincoln) at about 4:30 and checked into a campground on the edge of the town. At ...
We had to head all the way back to Nebraska but it was so worth it! We watched the radars and satellites all day to pin point the best place to be to photograph the storm and potential tornados. We stopped on the side of the road directly north of Concordia, Kansas over the ...
... got to Lincoln I was soaking wet. I was also cold so getting off the bike sounded very appealing. We found a sports bar to watch the Giants game. We ate lunch and the Giants won. Tonight we drove to my aunt and uncles house and I got a hot shower and I will have a nice bed to sleep in tonight. Today really wasn't fun and I hope the 52 mile ride into Omaha tomorrow will be a little more pleasant. Today in the wind and rain I rode 48 ...
I have to admit today was not fun. There was an incredible amount of wind all day. It started in the morning as a 20 mph side wind and by the end of the day it had turned into a 30 mph head wind. I started in Grand Island this morning and by the time I got to York I had decided it was the worst day ...