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  • Farmland Near Potter
    Farmland Near Potter
    by Basaic
  • Lake McConaughy
    Lake McConaughy
    by Basaic
  • A BEAUTFUL OLDER HOME IN THE SNOW
    A BEAUTFUL OLDER HOME IN THE SNOW
    by Rich62

Nebraska Favorites

  • Omaha

    Located on the Missouri River in eastern Nebraska, Omaha is the most important city in Nebraska. Omaha is a corruption of the Omaha Indian word, umanhan, which means "dwellers on the bluff." Omaha was founded in 1854 by William Brown, the operator of the Lone Tree Ferry at a strategic crossing of the Missouri River. William Brown had a vision for a...

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  • It gets Hot out there

    Traveling in Nebraska is an adventure in extreme comparisions. While the vistas can be grand, the variation is in the close and near. When it comes to temperatures, the average is something like 80 F (27 c). The daytime summers are often over 100 F (38 c). Fond in a negative sense. We were in Gering and the bank thermomiter said 103 F (39 c). We...

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  • Nebraska Landscape

    Well, may not be much to look at, but you do have to admit, there's a lot more here to see than there is of Kansas!

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  • REST STOPS ON INTERSTATE 80

    Nebraska was a leader in creating clean and comfortable rest stops for the traveller. Other states have since caught up, at least some of them have, but Nebraska's I-80 rest stops are still a good place to take a break from the road. Many of these stops feature a sculpture commissioned especially for that particular stop.

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  • Nebraska- Filthy urban areas compared to...

    Being from Columbus, OH I grew up in a clean, safe, prosperous city.....I thought Columbus 2 million people,Omaha 500,000 people cant be that bad.I thought when I first came to Omaha, NE I was going to throw up from the filth and stink of the downtown slaughterhouses, people in Omaha dont even know they live in a city of filth (10 times worse than...

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  • wanderlust23's General Tip

    Hanging out at my friends grandparents house. It was at a farm out in the middle of the black hills. We just relaxed and sat around all day listening to the crickets.

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  • The capital building is really...

    The capital building is really a must. This has such history, it is great to go and learn about the capital, and about the state! The things that I miss the most.. all of my mom´s home made desserts! That is another thing, families in Nebraska are great cooks! There is some great foods that we make in Nebraska! I also miss the tranquility that our...

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  • Lots of space

    Nebraska has several population centers and lots of open spaces. Interstate 80 run the length of Nebraska from Omaha to Denver/Chenyene(Hiway Splits). Between the western border and Lincoln, You can drive for Hours and see lots of cattle feedlots and open prairie and farm ground.

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  • Go to Mormon Island State...

    Go to Mormon Island State Recreation area. They have a nice campground, although the humidity and bugs were aweful after coming out of the rockies. However, it was neat to see the wild cannabis growing all around the campground (known locally as ditch-weed).

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  • The Platte River Scenic Trails...

    The Platte River Scenic Trails is a historic byway comprises the old Lincoln Highway, the first transcontinental highway and forefather of the modern interstate system. Highway 30, or the Lincoln Highway, was completed over 90 years ago. Stretching from New York to San Francisco, this engineering feat was named in memory of President Lincoln.The...

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  • There are two cities of note...

    There are two cities of note in Nebraska, Omaha and Lincoln, the latter being far more interesting to the traveller. It is the home of the university of Nebraska at Lincoln. I consider it a great honour to be the visiting Endocrinologist to the two tribes of Indians who live in the Northeastern corner of Nebraska: the UmonHon and the Ho Chunk.I...

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  • If at all possible try to...

    If at all possible try to visit Kearney in mid February to mid April during the sandhill crane migration. Half a million cranes will converge there because of the wide shallow river. Cranes are every place you look. In the sky all morning cranes will be flying in beautiful formations. In every field along side of the road there will be feeding and...

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  • Who travels to Nebraska if...

    Who travels to Nebraska if they do not have to. Noone, which is a shame, Nebraska and the Nebraskans are great, they have a super collegiate football team and on match days is trhe eighth wonder of the world, I have never seen so much red in one place in fact the stadium is the third largest city in the state. Travel west and meet the true mid...

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  • Nebraska is Total College...

    Nebraska is Total College Football Country...If you havenever experienced an absolute Rabid College Atmosphere,You have to visit this State during Football season.It isno doubt why Lincoln was chosen the Number OneCollege Football Town.There are 'Big Red' Flags thatjust about greet you off the plane at Omaha's EppleyAirport.Nebraska is in love with...

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  • Visit western Nebraska!! It's...

    Visit western Nebraska!! It's full of history (the whole state is, but the Panhandle offers 'specific' history of fur trading and the Oregon and Mormon trails). Scotts Bluff National Monument(Scottsbluff/Gering), Chimney Rock(Bayard), Agate Fossil Beds(Crawford?), Fort Robinson(Crawford or Chadron), etc, are all great places!

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Nebraska Hotels

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  • The Magnolia Omaha

    Cloth tablecloths on tables and wait people who are excellent. The atmosphere was that of a great...

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  • Hampton Inn Kearney

    Since I live in Kearney I have not stayed here but all comments I have heard are positive.

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  • Comfort Suites Lincoln

    We just stayed one night, but the room was large and clean, the staff was friendly and helpful....

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  • La Quinta Inn & Suites North Platte

    2600 Eagles Wings Place, North Platte, Nebraska, 69103, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Best Western Grand Island Inn & Suites

    2707 South Locust Street, Grand Island, Nebraska, 68801, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

    Hotel Class 3.5 out of 5 stars

  • Americinn Sidney

    645 Cabela Dr., Sidney, Nebraska, 69162, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 1.5 out of 5 stars

  • Grace Elizabeth's Bed & Breakfast

    We stayed in the cottage which worked great as we had another couple with us and it is a seperate...

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  • Rodeway Inn Cozad

    809 South Meridian, Exit #222 (I-80), Cozad, Nebraska, 69130, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Arrow Hotel

    509 S 9th Ave, Broken Bow, NE 68822

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

Top Nebraska Hotels

Omaha Hotels
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Lincoln Hotels
85 Reviews - 190 Photos
Kearney Hotels
155 Reviews - 466 Photos
North Platte Hotels
27 Reviews - 54 Photos
Grand Island Hotels
14 Reviews - 54 Photos
Valentine Hotels
2 Reviews - 6 Photos
Lexington Hotels
3 Reviews - 20 Photos
Bellevue Hotels
5 Reviews - 20 Photos
Broken Bow Hotels
11 Reviews - 46 Photos
Lake McConaughy State Recreation Area Hotels
1 Review - 2 Photos
Agate Fossil Beds National Monument Hotels
8 Reviews - 21 Photos
Ainsworth Hotels
2 Reviews - 9 Photos
Alliance Hotels
1 Review - 8 Photos
Alma Hotels
3 Reviews - 28 Photos
Beatrice Hotels
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