Travel Lodge Lincoln

5600 Cornhusker Highway, (formerly Motel 6 Lincoln), Lincoln, Nebraska, 68507, United States | Motel
 

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Lincoln, NE

A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie

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... at the state Thespian Convention. Now, we are in Lincoln to do it all one last time for the International Convention. We unloaded set on Friday afternoon and assembled the set on stage Saturday afternoon. Then the kids had 2 performances back-to-back Saturday night. We then dis-assembled the set and reloaded it back onto the trailer. We didn't get back to the dorms until almost 2am, so ...

Homestead NM

A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie

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... s not much to see in the land, but they have a nice "heritage center" (not sure why it isn't just called a visitor center, but, I guess it doesn't really matter). They have displays explaining the process of homesteading, the equipment used on the farms "back in the day," and pictures & stories from various homesteaders. We particularly enjoyed the story of the last homesteader who got his land in Alaska in 1978. He cultivated it for the required 5 years, but ...

The endless straight road with the same view

A travel blog entry by thedanes

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... made across Nebraska. I-80 through Southern Nebraska is one long road going east/west and looks the same all across the state - flat and green. Tonight we'll enjoy another Red Box movie and maybe some apple cobbler with ice cream later (that would be Jim speaking), as we are parked behind a Cracker Barrel and he googled their dessert ...

Stopped to watch wall clouds

A travel blog entry by kangalis

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... us to get our own drinks from the barman(unheard of in America). To cap it all, the loos were flooded at the end of the evening and we had to hold on until we got to the hotel. By great good fortune a temporary respite was awarded and we were able to walk back to the car when it wasn't ...

Homestead NM of America

A travel blog entry by socks

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... a dwelling and grow crops. After 5 years, if the original people who filed were still on the land, it became their property clear and free. The only monetary payment for each 160 acre claim was an $18 filing fee. Eventually, over 270 million acres in 30 states were turned over from government to private ...

Location

This motel, located on 5600 Cornhusker Highway, (formerly Motel 6 Lincoln), Lincoln, is near Nebraska State Capitol, Folsom Children's Zoo & Botanical Gardens, Lincoln Children's Museum, and Pioneer Park and Nature Center.
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