La Quinta Inn & Suites Omaha Airport Downtown
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... year award in 1996. The main chapel was designated as Protestant, but they also have Catholic chapel downstairs and a Jewish chapel.
After wondering through the building, we headed to the large visitor center/gift shop building. They have a small historical area and have a running film of the history of the academy.
... using their carts far too much, which cause noise and you need to make way for them on the paths. My favourite animals were the elephant nosed shrew, the black and white animal, the prairie dogs and the monkey that had an old man face. The baby orang-utan was also very cute. Some of the ways the animals were displayed was awesome. You would walk along paths and the animals were right there in what looked like natural habitat. Often there were no bars. Frustratingly there were ...
We had to get up early for our flights to Omaha. We started walking to the train station at 7:15am and caught the train that stopped right at Reagan National airport. The train conductor was very helpful, providing clear guidance about the next stop. Walking through to the Southwest terminal at the airport Sam had an unfortunate fall due to loss of balance caused by her blocked ear. Fortunately no harm done this time, unlike her ...
Yesterday was a long travel day. We left the hotel at 8:30 am, London time, in a cab on the way to the airport. We arrived at Alan and Reca's house just about 8:00 pm, Kansas City time. The journey took nearly 18 hours allowing for the six hours time difference. During the day we dealt with going through security, both in London and Minneapolis. We learned more than we ever wanted to know about the process for getting a refund ...
... After we shut down at the small FBO on the north side of the field, we went inside to inquire about fuel and a bite of lunch. Although the fuel was $0.50 a gallon more expensive than that on the other side of the airport, the bookkeeper volunteered to let us borrow her personal van to run into town, and this without knowing anything about me - not even my name.
Alex and I drove three miles into the town of Portage, MO. We'd been given directions ...