Sleep Inn, Inn & Suites Omaha
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... 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!
The only detour we made across the top was to check out the mighty Niagara Falls. This ...
... station for the B-52 for the electronic warfare officer (EWO) that was like the one Dan trained on when he was in Sacremento.
On the way back to Omaha, we stopped and split a runza. A runza is a regional "sandwich," kind of like a meat pasty - baked bread dough with a ground beef, cabbage and onion filling. Ours had swiss cheese and mushrooms in it as well. It was good, but I ...
... for two.
Then we drove a mile away to the National World War One Memorial. It was a very informative museum, a variety of exhibits showing uniforms for men and women, uniforms from many of the countries that fought in the war, pistols, rifles, mortars, big guns (mortars and guns look like cannons to me! - Sandy) They had vehicles, airplanes, models of u-boats, mess kits, ...
... El Once". The menu was on the placemat and you wrote which numbers you wanted on the side and tore it off for the waiter. It had a cool vibe and the food was very tasty. Nick sipped a shot of aguardiente then had a beer and I had a beer. We split a soup (crema de alcachofa) and a chicken entre with a creamy garlic sauce and french fries.
Then off to sleep on our rock hard bed and explore Bogota tomorrow!
... morning's sports highlights were being shown on the television hanging on the wall. Ten minutes after we arrived, another couple also entered the restaurant and chose the two empty stools beside me. However, this couple was in their 90s. I first noticed the wife's manicured fingers with bright red nail polish and a handpainted design on her two thumbs ~ interesting, I thought, for an elderly lady. The waitress did not take their order, there was ...
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