Residence Inn Lincoln South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lot of history buried there. It is the final resting place for cowboys, drifters and settlers who helped settle Ogallala. The bodies were placed in canvas sacks and were lowered into shallow graves. The graves were marked with a wooden headboard. We found out that there are many Boot Hill Cemeteries in the west.
Ogallala was a booming cattle town on the Texas Trail. The Union Pacific Railroad company constructed loading pens ...
... restaurants and shops. We then walked back to her house, which was a super cool apartment with a bunch of cactuses and candles and we listened to records on her record player and played Gin Rummy and different card games while enjoying a couple local Lincoln brewed beers -- Zip Line IPA. She didn't have TV or Internet (hence why I didn't post anything last night). She had a blow up mattress which was actually quite comfy and then I woke up this morning ...
... save a little fuel. Might work better at increasing fuel economy if he wasn't doing 85 into a head wind though! Video is at 50% slow motion.
My awesome goldfish-like memory served me well again; at my last stop I had looked up which interstate exchange would put me on the right road for my travels south tomorrow (Hwy 77). Whilst riding through Lincoln, NE I had it in my mind that it was Hwy 75, so ...
We stayed at a motel in sterling and then in the morning started our drive back to ames. On the way for a surprise we saw an ad for a punjabi dhabha and we decided to go there for lunch as we had not had indian food for a while.
the food at the dhabha was good. We had ...
... that small businesses face. It is vital to our country's future that the federal government gets out of their way and stops its destructive overreach in so many facets of business life.
It would be so great to represent these job-creating Nebraskans!