The Cornhusker, A Marriott Hotel
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After meeting a couple people unenthusiastically from Nebraska and being told the same story again and again........... we still went through Nebraska. Because I just wanted a shot glass that said we were in Nebraska. After a million stops we finally found a store that sold one or two. We went into Kody park in Keith County and found some cowboys and covered wagons. And that was ...
When arriving at Lincoln, we had spent a total of $106.43 in gas at a Shell and Chevron. When we ran out of food in our ice chest, we ate at Deny's Diner for some good old American breakfast for $12.27. Buddy saw a flyer in the restaurant inviting people to visit the Nebraska State Capital. It was cool to see the amazing architecture in which the building was built. Inside there were historical dates carved into the limestone walls.
... in the center of town and looks like none other that I have ever seen. Totally open and available to anyone who wants to see, this building is built of a sand-colored stone and at the center of it is a tower, nearly 400 feet tall, with a dome, which can be seen for miles. It is the second tallest capitol building in the US, second only to Louisiana. Very impressive and very unusual.
We finally settled in to our hotel around 4:30 PM. Tomorrow, Cheyenne, WY. ...
The state capital is Lincoln
Two important cities are Lincoln and Grand Island
Year of statehood is 1867
Motto is "Equality Before Law"
State flower is Golden Rod
State bird is the Western Meadowlark
State tree is ...
... there’s any rationale anymore for state legislatures with two houses since the Supreme Court ruled that at the state level legislative districts must all have similar populations to comply with the notion of one person one vote. Prior to that ruling many states’ constitutions called for districts of equal population in the lower house but for county-based districts with unequal populations in the upper house, similar to the two senators per state in the ...