The Cornhusker, A Marriott Hotel
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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 ...
... big semis. We stopped for lunch at a rest area near Kearney, NE around 12:20. Nick had PB&J, Greg and I had ham & cheese sandwiches, and Alex had a bagel w/cream cheese. After lunch I took a turn at driving. I continued driving until we got to Sterling, CO where we stopped to get gas and ice. Greg took the wheel back and finished the day off by driving to Boulder. We got to ...
Today was a travelling day to meet Rhona's first cousin Eileen in Lincoln Nebraska with whom we are sharing a North American all stops tour for twelve days. We eventually arrived in Lincoln after an eventful day travelling; 18 hours door to door, as we missed our connection in Denver after being delayed out of San Francisco. So, 6 hour stop over in Denver Airport and a diversion ...
... red barns and silver silos. We passed through many towns along the way, and they were significantly bigger than those from yesterday. We saw shopping malls and designer outlet stores, manufacturing plants and restaurants. And as we passed through Des Moines, we saw Firestone Tire.
Iowa boasts that it is the second largest wind power producing state in the country. And one of the rest stops actually has a turbine blade mounted on its end for ...