Travel Lodge Lincoln

Address: 5600 Cornhusker Highway, (formerly Motel 6 Lincoln), Lincoln, Nebraska, 68507, United States | Motel
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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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Travel Blogs from Lincoln

The Big "N" is for Nebraska not Newberry!

A travel blog entry by ingram.mho1 on Sep 12, 2015

2 comments, 34 photos

... is the oldest remaining brick church structure in the city and it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

Joslyn Castle also named “Lynhurst” was completed and opened in 1903. It has over 19,000 square feet and among other things, a music room and a bowling alley (which is right down our alley!). It only opens 3 days a month for tours and the day we were there was not one of the three days!

The building of St. Cecelia Catholic ...

My birth state! (Angela)

A travel blog entry by rogerspartyof2 on Aug 08, 2015

Angela- we are finally at the half way point. I drove all morning and we stopped at a Starbucks in Lincoln to rest and refuel (on coffee, that is). I was really excited when we crossed the border and saw signs for Omaha Nebraska that I shouted 'this is where I was born' even though I clearly wasn't born on the highway... Lol... It was smooth sailing while Seth slept because I could go 75mph! Now I'm going to take a nap and let him drive the rest of the day... Tune in ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by keaparrot on Aug 05, 2015

3 photos

It rained a bit overnight, but had stopped by morning. We got up around 8:00, Alex and Nick had to go to the bathroom. We got changed, ate breakfast, and took down the tent. We got out of there by 9:30. Greg started driving, but after a while we stopped at a rest area and Alex took over. She drove for almost 2 hours, and I lived to tell about it. It was a little scary when she was ...

The Colony That Changed as the World Changed

A travel blog entry by josie.scott on Jul 26, 2015

6 photos

... During the World Wars, it served as perhaps the world's most important arsenal, manufacturing ordnance and tanks to win the war, all on 952 acres smack in the middle of the Mississippi.

We crossed the river and exited back onto US 6, heading into the Amana Colonies. The colonies were established in the 1850s by a German community of free-thinking religious folks who were escaping persecution in what would become Germany. They established one ...

He ain't heavy, Father, he's my brother

A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Jul 30, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... cleaning the grounds, and those we approached were polite and friendly. We drove to the visitors center where they rented us a CD to play in the car, that directed us around the campus and provided us with information about each facility and allowed us to pause the CD periodically to visit some of the buildings. And we did visit the church and the chapel where Fr. Flan****n’s body rests in a marble crypt. And we also visited a memorial for all of the ...