Fort Sidney Inn Motel

Address: 935 9th Avenue, Sidney, Nebraska, 69162, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 935 9th Avenue, Sidney, is near Wines West - Tasting Room.
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    Travel Blogs from Sidney

    Go ahead and take simpler path to cloud computing

    A travel blog entry by actionox50 on Sep 24, 2014

    ... technology that might give the community to make more effective portals and gateways for that cloud, and facilitate the adoption of your novel computing approach in scientific environments. Thus, this'll help the scientific community to expedite its contributions and insights into this evolving computing field. Cloud computing is actually a computing platform that resides in a large ...

    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

    We left Steamboat Springs at 9 am this morning. We wanted to head East through the Rocky Mountain National Park, but after watching the news, we saw that we couldn't do that. So we thought we would go south around Denver, but couldn’t do that either. They said that as of this morning, there was no way to cross the South Platte River, and we needed to do that.

    So we headed north to Laramie, Wyoming so we could catch I80 East. ...

    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 ...