Howard Johnson Inn North Platte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... style house, built in 1886, and the enormous barn, along with other outbuildings, were originally were part of his 4000-acre homestead.
William Frederick Cody, aka Buffalo Bill, had a larger than life personality, but he also had the background that gave credibility to his status as an Old West Legend. There are so many "legends" ...
... a Western Hills Campground around 9:45 after quick showers, free coffee and mother grabbed donuts from the nearby bakery. On the road a while and a semi we were following either lost his mud flap or picked one up off the road. It flew right at us, broke the grill but after daddy and Brian inspected the radiator is fine thankfully! We made a stop at Vedaueoo Park. It had huge boulder mountains to climb. The ...
Got on the road Sunday morning with the intent of hitting Denver Sunday afternoon. This would have been a relaxing 367 mile jaunt from Moab. But decided to push on into Nebraska in case I decided to make a run for home on Monday. I have a business meeting Tuesday noon and a Common Council meeting Tuesday night that I'd like to make if I could. The ride from Moab to Denver was one of the prettiest looking and most enjoyable rides I've ...
... is right about the Great Platte River Road Archway Monument. What you see from I-80 is an enormous arch, stretching across the entire freeway. It really is an amazing sight. We took the off ramp to get us there, and once inside, well, what a gem of a surprise! It turned out to be a museum of the pioneers that had traveled that land, close to the Platte River, on their way to the West. It was modern, classy, and very educational. We were first greeted ...
... invigorating experience to be right in the middle of the action.
They employ 2,800 people in the North Platte area. Wow!
Also enjoyed visiting with voters at the Expresso Shoppe and being interviewed by Scott Carlson of Eagle Radio KELN / KNPQ as well as Kent Winder of KNOP-TV.