Holiday Inn Express Omaha West
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the day was my sisters query "Why are we not seeing more potato fields? I thought Idaho was famous for its potato production?"
We were in Iowa.
This was just a 2 night stopover in Omaha. We spent the day buying Christmas presents for Julie, her family, and her extended family who we would be spending our first White Christmas with. After travelling for 6 months without being able to but anything a little retail therapy was quite fun. Hours were spent finding just the right gifts for each person. Our friend of 25 years (Julie) picked us up and then in was a 3 hour drive to Loup City, ...
... was also complimentary. Have to say, we were blown away by the service. We arrived at the zoo, and spent a very enjoyable 5 hours or so there. Hands down the best zoo I have been to. There was all the usual attractions, but there was also an aquarium, an enclosure like the Eden project, with fruit bats flying all around us, a swamp, an enclosure that was like a desert, and a cave. The place was so surprising and kept us very happy on our day in Omaha. All of that ...
... is an even better communicator in person, if that's possible, than he is on camera.
It is so wonderful that Nebraska has so many good-hearted community groups like this one, with the sole purpose of making life a little better for other people. That's what it's all about, folks! But you knew that!
Heading south our next stop was the city of Omaha which was founded along the Missouri River, and a crossing called Lone Tree Ferry earned the city its nickname, the "Gateway to the West." It introduced this new West to the world when in 1898 it played host to the World's Fair, dubbed the Trans-Mississippi Exposition. During the 19th century, Omaha's central location in the United States spurred the city to ...