Homewood Suites Omaha Downtown
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I was staying here for a month for work! Staff is amazing and personable. Great location, about a mile walk to Old Market which is not far, less than 10 min shuttle drive for most areas. Comfy rooms, great beds, loved my stay!
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... a primary stop on the migratory route for many birds. They also had a nature drive that we took. Did not see much, only a couple of turkeys, as it is the wrong time of year. But that gave us our first critter fix for the day. As on our 2010 trip we try and see a 'critter', anything non-domesticated, every day.
We got our second critter fix in the strangest way. We were at a Pioneer Park in downtown Omaha, BIG city, and saw several baby bunnies. Pioneer Park ...
... buttons. So, that won't be accurate :(.... Oh well. And Kody got out the RV door, that I thought I shut, at the Horseshoe. She ran two trucks down and was just standing there looking back at the RV when I realized. Such a good girl, came running back in when I called her! Whew! We would of never gotten her with all of the critters out these parts! Thank you Baby ...
... Bluff and Omaha are the many bridges with a variety of sculptures and decorations, each different and unique.
Unfortunately, Peg started to not feel well soon after lunch (not caused by the lunch) so she went back to the camper. I took advantage of our early stop to sightseeing to do a couple of loads of laundry at a nearby laundromat. We still had some clean clothes, but I took the opportunity during the break to get these done so ...
... some original old houses and cottages to the site to recreate a village. There were log cabins the first pioneers built in about 1830-1840, then the railway came through in about 1865 and the houses got a lot fancier! Even at that time they were bigger than a standard NZ 3 bedroom home these days. Heaps of people have paid full-time jobs at this museum to run the stores and welcome guests into “their homes”. Working blacksmith, tin-smith, millers, hat-makers etc. ...
Went to one of my favorite places in Nebraska, Omaha's Memorial Park, for a meaningful and inspiring ceremony marking Veterans Day. The governor and dignitaries spoke, the music was beautiful, the flags waved proudly, and everyone there felt overwhelmingly grateful. We all shared a solemn resolve to uphold our freedoms the way our military veterans always have. I left feeling more determined than ever to follow their lead, and to serve our country with all of my effort. ...