Red Roof Inn & Suites Lincoln
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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First floor ice machine didn't work.
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... with the PayPal logo on it and another one with Woodman of the World on it (city’s tallest building when it was built). So lots of things we recognized even though we're not Fortune 500 or 1000 people!
We rode by the new stadium where the College World Series is played. We also found the site called "The Infield at the Zoo" where a replica of Rosenblatt Stadium has been built. It included a plaque with a list of all the colleges who had won in the stadium before ...
Angela- we are finally at the half way point. I drove all morning and we stopped at a Starbucks in Lincoln to rest and refuel (on coffee, that is). I was really excited when we crossed the border and saw signs for Omaha Nebraska that I shouted 'this is where I was born' even though I clearly wasn't born on the highway... Lol... It was smooth sailing while Seth slept because I could go 75mph! Now I'm going to take a nap and let him drive the rest of the day... Tune in ...
It rained a bit overnight, but had stopped by morning. We got up around 8:00, Alex and Nick had to go to the bathroom. We got changed, ate breakfast, and took down the tent. We got out of there by 9:30. Greg started driving, but after a while we stopped at a rest area and Alex took over. She drove for almost 2 hours, and I lived to tell about it. It was a little scary when she was ...
... most affairs. Unilke other more ascetic communities like the Amish or the Shakers, they ate and drank like Germans, built homes communally but married and established families separately. Someone did dryly note that they had more rules than members at one point, but they reinforced their identity through their communal worship. They kept their religious practices intact until 1932, when they voted to move the economic concerns to the Amana Corporation and ...
... quite a bit. It was a great visit.
We are heading to the Chicago area tomorrow and then hope to be home on Sunday.
Update from Karen:
Thursday: We got up at 5 and were at the balloon company at 6:15. There were 7 of us and the pilot. The whole process was very interesting and everyone was very professional. For some reason the height in the hot air balloon didn't bother me! At one point we touched down ...