Americas Best Value Inn
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Shelbina
... Owen, but Hayley (and Regina) didn’t have the same feelings. At least it’s another box that is ticked…even if there wasn’t a box in the first place. Some people believe that everything happens for a reason; others say there is no such thing as something a coincidence. Whatever your belief or thought process, the fact that Owen’s grandfather had a stroke two nights before we were scheduled to be with him ...
... of the rode and there happened to be a guy waiting there to talk to us about what we were doing. He was a health teacher at the local middle school/high school. It turns out he had ridden a bike across the country and wanted to find out more about what we are doing. They talked for quite a while and he offered us his house to stay at for the night. We still had quite a ways to go until we could call it a day but what a generous offer. He gave us his ...
... We were pleasantly surprised...LOTS of friendly people here, many of whom comfortably settled into chatting with us about the show and how excited they are that it's coming to their town. Everyone took the flyers, everyone said they'd hang them in their windows, and we felt a bit like celebrities by the time our walkaround was done.
Just goes to show you can't always pre-judge a town by it's tiny population or rural-ness (word? I don't think so, but just go with it...).
Another beautiful blue sky day. We left Lincoln Nebraska this morning and traveled on NE 2 east. Just before reaching the Missouri River we came upon the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center. Since we are traveling all way to St. Louis to see the Arch, which is the symbolic gateway to the west, it seemed appropriate to stop at the Center. The Louisiana purchase in 1803 gave rise to the western expansion. President ...
... we watched a 15 minute film on the history of the Pony Express. It was well done. Then we toured the small but informative museum. There were areas about the horses, the riders, the cabins the riders would stay in, and a very nice exhibit showing all the different terrain the riders had to endure. There was a children's section for dress up, a stamping ...