Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Grand Island
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Travel Blogs from Grand Island
... of what a mid-western town looked like in 1894 but is laid out all wrong for a railroad town and is very short on railroad artifacts. For example: a railroad town would have a water tank and maybe a steam engine servicing facility of some type. The farm machinery building is someplace I want to go back and see again. It has a great collection but the docent told me that nothing in the building has moved in 30 years. Again time and money ...
... of Labor Temple was an interesting building. It was bingo night but we didn't go in. Antique malls were on every corner and the newly renovated Grand theater was cool. Finally, we ended up at Nathan Detroit's pub and enjoyed a cold glass of Buffalo Sweat. Don't worry, it was actually a tasty dark beer. Off to bed, so we can rest up for a twenty mile bicycle ride early tomorrow. More ...
... Missouri to see in one day! Listening to an exciting day of World Cup matches made it easier, though. Argentina's star, Messi, came through in extra time with a goal to beat Iran 1-0. The Scottish announcer screamed: "The Magician waved his wand and broke the hearts of the Iranians!" The second match was just as good listening to Ghana fight the mighty Germans to a 2-2 draw. Whew, now we're heading out to dinner... More ...
Today was a good day. I set my sights on Grand Island and I made it with ease. We left Gothenburg and when we got to Cozad there were 10 miles of closed freeway and the was no way to ride around it so we had to drive 30 miles around it to get to the other side. Then I got back on my bike and rode towards Lexington. The ride as usual was uneventful besides a train passing me every 15 minutes. After Lexington came Overton and Elm Creek. Alll the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center