La Quinta Inn & Suites North Platte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Cities- North Platte, Omaha
Year of statehood- 1867
Motto-Equality before the law
Flower- Golden Rod
5 other facts- 87 state parks, state mammal is the white
tailed deer, state tree is the cottonwood, famous for chimney rock, and famous
for agate fossil beds
... for about an hour - A group of people came to see if I was alright - it helped me realize that there are still good people in the world - made it safely to North Platte and I'm resting in my car because I don't want to deal with people right ...
... Trading Post is free, unless of course, you buy something. But inside the small museum, ( and gift shop ) there are many authentic artifacts of the time period, including exhibits showing some of the Native American lifestyle.
One incredible display is the Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show in miniature.
There is such craftsmanship and ...
Our windshield that didn't worry us ended up cracking and spreading bad due to another rock hitting it. I pulled over and was about to call AAA when i noticed a truck pulling up behind me. I looked at the truck and couldn't believe my luck, it was a windshield repair man. He said it was unrepairable but he said he could install a new one right then and for free since my insurance covered it. He did it, i tipped him and we stopped in Hershey for the night.
... recommend this museum! Our next stop was again railroad related. Surprise, surprise! Another really amazing place. A train yard tower, well, a museum within a tower at the rail yard. Greg and I took the elevator, to see the HUGE rail yard. There was also a storm brewing outside. It was quite a view! We then took the elevator to the next floor, where Greg and a volunteer docent, a retired freight train engineer, had a good discussion. I'll let Greg tell ...