Ramada Columbus Hotel And Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... which is like a little tram that takes you up to a big hill overlooking the city. I felt a little wistful leaving but knew there were bigger and better things waiting for me.
Iowa was really quite boring. There were hills here and there which helped break the monotony but it was just truck after RV after truck after car after truck. Luckily, Tim had suggested (reminded me, actually) to download S.E.R.I.A.L. podcast from NPR. I downloaded the ...
... for physical baggage inspection by the TSA. One bag was torn, souvenirs were ruined, make-up was left wide open. I don't mind the fact that the TSA needs to do these checks for our safety, but they should really take a little more care when searching. I was really upset to see my playbill from Phantom was bent and boxes were torn.
I will be posting again once my mood improves a bit. I'm just very glad to be home.
As I write, I'm just twitching in anticipation. I cannot wait for tomorrow when we take off from the airport! For now, I'll settle for the fact we're leaving in a couple hours to check in to our hotel in Omaha. Make-a-Wish has arranged for us to stay at the Residence Inn by Marriott in downtown Omaha for the night before our departure. We get to eat out at Old Chicago tonight with our wish greeters in Omaha. Then, we ...
Hello, everyone! I've never tried to keep a journal of my travels, but I thought it would be a good idea to start, as my trip to London quickly approaches. (13 days, but who's counting?) I have a feeling I will probably not keep up with this as diligently as I should, but I will definitely try. I ...
... but the timing and tone. It seems we have in so many ways picked up things from Dad (including my and Christine's propensity for profanity!). Although I am not proud of that last trait, I am proud that we have all taken the Nebraskan politeness to heart and share our father's passion of kindness to strangers. And even prouder, I must say I see this trait continuing into the next generation as ...