Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Norfolk
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Norfolk
Travel Blogs from Norfolk
We visited the cornpalace which unfortunately was being redone and continued through Sioux Falls and Sioux City to Nebraska where we found a nice little town called Decatur. We spent the night in Onawa across the river. Nevertheless we returned to Decatur for dinner at the Green Lantern Steak ...
... lot of history buried there. It is the final resting place for cowboys, drifters and settlers who helped settle Ogallala. The bodies were placed in canvas sacks and were lowered into shallow graves. The graves were marked with a wooden headboard. We found out that there are many Boot Hill Cemeteries in the west.
Ogallala was a booming cattle town on the Texas Trail. The Union Pacific Railroad company constructed loading pens ...
... old family home, very authentically refurbished, and have just had a superb meal in a family run cafe/restaurant just across the road. After sharing a pitcher of Margarita, the girls needed help to unlatch the gate on our return to the B&B, so that's two of us who will sleep well tonight! I'm not joking, but that reminds me ...
Do you remember that I left the tale of the Australian poetry competition unfinished? If you are not ...
Who would have thought that a volcano in Idaho would have thrown so much ash into the air that several feet of it landed all the way into eastern Nebraska? That's what happened millions of years ago and the skeletons of the animals it killed weren't discovered until the early 1970's. Here are amazing pix of these real fossils that we were able to get up close to. Read all about this site at: ...
... irrigation pivot. Free bike wash!
We finally found the byway, which was an extremely desolate stretch of road. We drove through miles of gently sloping hills. The road stretched on and on, and our gas levels became lower and lower, with no gas stations in sight (or any signs of life, for that matter).
We pressed on, and with bikes still wet and low on gas, we rolled in to Pierre, South Dakota about 6:30 pm.