Monument Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the game Oregon Trails as well so to walk the path that early settlers took was amazing. We walked to the top of the bluff and it seemed like we were on the top of the world, we could look out and see (what seemed like) was the entire state. It was great! Back at the camp we washed clothes and hung them out to dry. Nothing like the smell of sun dried clothes in the ...
... is that the sunsets out here are beautiful and seem to last forever. Since we were driving west, we got to take in every last minute of it. The drive was so long that we wound up doing the last part of the drive in the dark. Finally, we arrived at the campsite. It was nearly midnight, and we debated whether to sleep in the car rather than set up camp. I tried, but my long legs ...
... used the website, www.SidforSenate.com, which has an automatic donate button as well. A few "old-fashioned" checks trickled in, as well!
They tell me I didn't make any huge mistakes and even though I was happy and relieved when the hour was over, I am still looking forward a great deal to the next debate, which is scheduled for March 11 at the Thompson Alumni Center at the University of ...
... region. The Pony Express and the transcontinental telegraph passed through the post, along with the emigrants. Fort Laramie hosted several treaty negotiations with Northern Plains Indian Nations; some of them remain controversial and contested to this day. With the end of the Indian Wars, Fort Laramie's importance diminished, and in 1890 was abandoned and sold at public auction.
Brown Sheep Yarn Company, Mitchell, ...
... between University and Carnegie Fossil Hills named after two principal teams from University of Nebraska and Carnegie Museum.