Hawthorn Suites By Wyndham Omaha, Old Mill
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... we were on honeymoon ;-) Afterwords we strolled to a nearby fountain, which was very pretty, and now as I write this we are sitting in a pub, sharing a pumpkin wheat beer :-) We get back on the Amtrak in about 2 hours, and it's then on to Denver! We get in at about 7am, so wish us luck getting to sleep! Albeit a short stay, Omaha really helped us to recharge our batteries, and we had some great food and visited a fantastic zoo - all in all, a fantastic pit stop! ...
... on the track. Drivers can only do a 12 hr shift and then have to change over so five minutes before the next town the crew, from the freight train, needed to change. Amtrak is great - relaxing and always plenty to see. Rolling countryside with heaps of corn as far as the eye can see. (It's coming Trevor!) We arrived in Chicago (Naperville) to a special welcome!
... restaurant (OK, it was a local bar) that served lunch. Since we wanted to grab a quick bite and the next place to eat was several miles farther along the road, I decided we'd just eat there, even though there were several people sitting around at the bar and at tables smoking. The smell was overpowering, and Alex hated it.
Even though the smell ruined our lunch and made it so that Alex hardly ate or drank anything, there was one big benefit: ...
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 ...