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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We enjoyed our stay in Omaha. Lovely city - 410,000 population, on the Missouri River. Big enough to have everything, but small enough to have a country town feel. Enjoyed our time here. Lots of beautiful trees and of course with it being "fall" lots of lovely colours. Warren Buffett (the billionnaire) lives here - and the locals tell us he is a regular kind of guy, lives in a ...
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After fueling up the plane, saying goodbye to the staff and airport dog, Mila, we hopped in the plane and took off. We were back to our routine of climbing through dense haze and trying to stay above a thin cloud layer. Looking at the datalink weather, it appeared that the storms over Omaha had blown through to the East, ...
... of the longest days. By the time the kids finally got to sleep it was usually well after dark and I found the driving bloody hard, the roads being pretty good but all the road markings faded and with constant stream of oncoming traffic it had me cross eyed after an hour or two so couldn’t make the most of the silence. At least driving during the day we could see the corn!
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