Travel Blogs from Council Bluffs
So I've decided to start keeping a record of my travels even if it's just done the street to a restaurant. This was my first time at Nebraska Brewing Company and I enjoyed it for what it was. I went during lunch time so there weren't many people around but it had the look and feel of a roomy sports bar with a wide selection of beers. I started with one of their pumpkin brews that they said ...
... scenery in North America to Aspen, famed playground of the rich. We lodge at Molly Gibsons for the night, where we meet a lovely US couple and sit around the pool drinking beer and eating pizza for dinner til bedtime. I get up early and take a walk around the town which is one of the most beautiful ones I have ever seen. A spa in the hot tub, and then Breakfast at Molly's then on the road to ...
Cheyenne is the capital of Wyoming, and a most appropriate place to be so. It is very neat and well cared for. We had a look at the historic site of the Sand Creek massacre of 1864, when General George Crook made his oft quoted and now fiercely inappropriate statement that the "only good Indian is a dead Indian", shortly before his troops massacred several hundred old ...
... of the middle of PA. Spending the night in IA but we had dinner in Omaha- they have a really neat old downtown market district. If you are ever in the city you need to go there. Had dinner and a good beer at the Upstream Brewing Company.
So after day 1 we are doing good-both still in the car at least! We will be in the Badlands tomorrow.
... Harley stores was called the Big Barn, it was pretty cool and the best part was that it was next door to a BBQ place. The food was good.
In Des Moines we got off the freeway - yea! We took Hwy 44 to Missouri Valley, IA, where we stayed. We tried a motel and found out that it was totally booked, the lady suggested a few others and to not stay ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed