Americas Best Value Inn

Address: 2115 W Illinois Street, Sidney, Nebraska, 69162, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 2115 W Illinois Street, Sidney, is near Wines West - Tasting Room.
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      Travel Blogs from Sidney

      Tornado warnings across Wyoming

      A travel blog entry by thedanes on Jun 25, 2014

      4 comments, 9 photos

      ... NE and have a Red Box movie to watch. Unfortunately, the storm has caught back up with us and it is pouring out with thunder and lightning all around. What does it mean when the thunder boom is a quarter of a second after the flash? Not good.....Tomorrow morning before we head east, we plan to experience Nebraska's most popular tourist attraction. Cabella's is here in Sidney, where we have only a few steps to their entrance since we are overnighting in their lot. ...

      Rural Economy, Overregulation Discussed

      A travel blog entry by sidforsenate on Dec 09, 2013

      1 photo

      Met with Kirk Enevoldsen of Potter State Bank. We discussed the problems of the rural economy and the damage that overregulation is doing to rural small businesses. Then we stopped over at Potter Sundry for Tin Roof Sundaes. Did you know they were invented there? And there really is a beautiful, old tin roof overhead? Never ceases to amaze me how unique and spectacularly diverse Nebraska really is, and how many inventions of all kinds came from ...

      Chappell

      A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Sep 15, 2013

      1 comment

      ... cabins and homes and at the end of small dirt paths we would see mailboxes. I would hate to be the postal worker that had to deliver mail to these places.

      The rest of our day was tedious; rain and fog and flat, boring landscape into Nebraska, where we are now. The campground is right next to a railroad track and a huge grain storage towers. The train goes by every 30 minutes. Made a pot of chili and we are ready to watch some ...

      One last National Park

      A travel blog entry by jgood on Aug 16, 2013

      13 photos

      ... a couple of hours. The first half of the loop was a one way, dirt road with tons of switch backs. It was a fun drive and the scenery was great. The top was above treeline and we got out to snap a few photos. We descended down the other side which was a paved two lane road. Here we saw several herds of elk. Again, Andy was snapping pics and go-pros like crazy. I'm pretty ...

      So long Nebraska, it was....

      A travel blog entry by siegfriedfamily on Jul 04, 2013

      5 photos

      ... were back on the road. So far we can already see a difference in the landscape between Nebraska and Colorado. We expect to be in Denver by noon and our camp site in Grand Junction by three...we shall see. Hoping to find fireworks but it might be a challenge in fire riddled Colorado. Happy fourth everyone! Stay safe. Next post should have some awesome mountain pics. Ciao for now. -Jill and all her ...