Holiday Inn Express Carter Lake
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... chapel is open to the public (I'm not sure how they coordinate that as you have to have a military ID to get on Base). I think they have buses they go up to the hill there, and must have a way to keep track of who's coming and going?
In any case, it's a beautiful building, won the National Institute of Architects National ...
The goal of visiting Omaha was going to the supposed best zoo in the world. We arrived there at 10:30am and left at 4:15pm, shortly before they closed at 5pm. It's great having the GPS to navigate us around, and we had no issues getting there or back to the hotel. Firstly I think the zoo could be in the running for the best in the world, once their extensive construction is complete. There was a lot of construction, which really distracted from the experience. Also the zoo ...
... all trip we were grabbing for both pants and jerseys before we went out though. Omaha appears to be a city that overseas tourists generally don't come to. Both the rental car guy and the hotel receptionist questioned why we had come to Omaha, like they were surprised. In the case of the hotel I can understand because they appear to be used by a lot of long distance drivers (eg truckies). It's a fairly large and spread out city ...
... journey without a real plan for the first two weeks, and somehow it all worked out. We were able to find hotel rooms in Dublin and Belfast and never once had to sleep on the streets. We learned how to "queue", and how to make change in two currencies. We learned that the ground floor isn't always the first floor. We learned to watch out for traffic on the "wrong" side of the street, and many other new things. It was a great ...
... right past the arch - quite a view. Despite it being hot and bumpy as we made our way to the arch and back, Alex seemed to be enjoying himself. I honestly believe he is building up a tolerance to the turbulence.
After we landed, I noticed an F-15 sitting on a pillar to one side of the airport. Turns out that the southeastern corner of the airport is the Boeing radar test range, and the F-15 is a test article that can be rotated to any angle. ...