Baymont Inn Omaha

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

10760 M Street, Omaha, Nebraska, 68127-1919, United States
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Very Good
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37
Average
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23
Poor
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16
Terrible
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11

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Similarly priced and rated as other 2 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families65
  • Couples47
  • Solo33
  • Business58

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THIS IS IT.THIS IS IT.

FLORENCE, NEBRASKA (OMAHA AREA)FLORENCE, NEBRASKA (OMAHA AREA)

The fountain, lit by multi-colored lightsThe fountain, lit by multi-colored lights

A SCULPTURE ON THE BOY'S TOWN CAMPUSA SCULPTURE ON THE BOY'S TOWN CAMPUS

Travel Tips for Omaha

Filthy city, many very nice aspects though

by denver1982

Omaha is very, very filthy for beginners.
Dont visit Omaha there is not much to visit but consider living in visiting Omaha to see if you want to live there heres why...
-Lowest unemployment rate in the nation
-Lowest college tuition in the nation, I have heard the average ratio is 10 to 1
-1st in college funding and K-12 Funding
-No rush hour
-Easy to get around, tons of resturants with good food and hy-vee (des moines based) grocrey chain) has the best deli and salad bar I have tasted.
-Quite progressive for a mid-western city (much more liberal than kansas city or indianapolis for example)
-No irritating accents
-Nice, clean wholesome people
-Best jogging and bike system in the country
-Hospitals on every corner it seems like
-Cheap cost of living (you can get a house for 40,000 dollars)
-Ethnic diversity compared to similar sized cities

Some bad things:
High Pollution for metro area with just under a million people
Crime isnt the lowest
Southside (sarthside as locals say it) stinks very, very bad because of the slaughterhouses

Durham Western Heritage Museum

by Tom_Fields

Western Heritage Society
801 S 10th St
Omaha, Nebraska 68108-3205

Housed in an old railroad station, this museum provides a great deal of historical information concerning Omaha--especially about the railroads. It's a short walking distance from downtown and the Old Market.

Oh My!

by Rich62 about "O"

Very urban/hip, somewhat upscale yet casual and comfortable.

Menu includes - Appetizers such as Crab Wontons ($5.95), Soups & Stews such as Miso Soup (cup $2.95 or bowl for $5.95), Salads such as Garlic Seared Tuna Salad ($10.95), Asian Fares such as Chicken Curry (lunch$7.50 or dinner $9.95), Steak/Beef such as Infused Sliced Rib Steak ($13.95), Pork such as Mapo Tofu ($9.95), Chicken such as Lemon Grass Chicken ($11.95), Pasta & Fried Rice such as Beef Glass Noodles (9.25) Seafood such as Mussels in the Half Shell ($12.95), Vegetarian Dishes and Sides such as Snow Pea Asparagus Vegetable Union ($7.95), and Traditional such as Beef Broccoli ($11.95).

These were the prices on March 28, 2008.

The waitress was knowledgeable and friendly. It was a very enjoyable first visit. We would definitely go back.

CLICK THE PHOTO TO SEE THE VIEW ACROSS THE STREET! I had "Garlic Shrimp" for $13.95. The menu states "Garlic and scalions emanate through this bountiful shrimp dish. I also had "Distinctive Seafood Bisque" which the menu calls "A Hearty homage to a traditonal French staple."

With non-alcoholic beverages, the three of us had a total bill of $61.90 before the tip.

Durham Western Heritage Museum

by frankcanfly

I enjoyed my stroll through this historical museum, located in the resored art deco Union Station. The man that waited in the railroad cars to tell stories and answer questions was very interesting. (see photo). He spent most of his years as a railroad employee, and could recall any fact instantly.

VISIT FATHER FLANIGAN'S BOY'S TOWN IN OMAHA

by Rich62

SOME OF YOU MAY REMEMBER A GREAST OLD CLASSIC MOTION PICTURE, STARRING MICKEY ROONEY, AND CALLED SIMPLY "BOY'S TOWN." Well, there really is a Boy's Town, and its in Omaha.

CLICK THE PHOTO TO READ THE INSCRIPTION AND TO SEE MORE PHOTOS....

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Address: 10760 M Street, Omaha, Nebraska, 68127-1919, United States