Super 8 Omaha Eppley Airport/Carter Lake
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Last night I was going through the book in the hotel and came across a page with local interests. I would have been nice to spend another day here, but we're both ready to head home, so we're heading out today. We did find one thing we wanted to do before heading out. The Cadet Chapel, completed in 1962 is on the Air Force Academy ...
... demonstrations/experiences to see because it was not the weekend. They seem to run a limited experience programme during the weekdays, but still charge the same price. I guess the trade off was a very quiet zoo experience. After the zoo we had dinner at Cheesecake Factory. We both had salads and we shared a 30th birthday cheesecake. It was a reasonably warm day today, but it was pants weather so no shorts today. As we head south from tomorrow we will be getting back to hotter ...
... to Washington DC. The approach Southwest use to board the plane is to have no assigned seats. People enter the plane according to a letter and number, allocated according to when checked in. Fortunately we checked in online early so we got on board early, so could sit together. Both flights were relatively uneventful, other than the air host forgetting to give me my ordered Coke on the flight to Chicago and there being no ...
... VAT tax we paid in all the countries we visited. We went through customs in Minneapolis, starting with a kiosk and then going through a short interview. We waited for our suitcases, both in Minneapolis and Kansas City.
On the last leg of yesterday's trip, from Minneapolis to Kansas City, I was looking through the pictures I took on the trip and thinking how amazing it had all been. We took a leap of faith and ...
... of blocks away called the Prairie Park that showed brass sculptures of geese and buffalo that were abundant at the point Omaha was first being developed. Again the contrast of these figures against the buildings were intriguing.
The third park we went to was the Heartland of America Park, site of a world exposition in the 1930’s. It boasts one of the highest spouting fountains in the US. We took a photo but the white spray against the gray sky did ...