Nebraska Hotel Guides
The great plains state, Nebraska is one of the
country's leading farm states. Split
through the middle by two different time zones, visitors might want to keep an
eye on when the clock is in either Central or Mountain time. As the slogan
is where the west begins, that being the case, this state has hundreds of
little towns that are sparsely populated. Most think of Nebraska as being a flat and scenically
deprived state, however, it is geologically fascinating. Three main rivers
crisscross the state; the Platte River, Niobrara and
Republican rivers flow freely through subtle hills and grassy plains. It also
has a variety of historic trails such as the Lewis and Clark trail, as well as
Pine Ridge, the infamous Sand Hills, Ashfall
Park. Visitors may travel
to watch bird migrations as they sweep through the country side overwhelming
the skies, or to visit one of the many higher education institutions.
The state capital,
is also the second largest city in Nebraska
at only 240,000 people.
remains the center of the state's government and higher education facilities.
Despite it's large size, this city prides itself on maintaining a small-town
feel and on its collection of art and history museums. Visitors to
will find suitable lodging and hotel accommodations throughout the town.
The state's transportation hub and
is rich in culture; featuring both visual and performing arts centers as well
as a variety of historic sites. With its lofty skyscrapers and metropolitan neighborhoods,
is a great destination for business folk and families. Nearby music, sports,
and film facilities make it a fun Nebraska
has a great variety of lodgings including hotels, budget priced motels and inns
sprinkled throughout the city. Home to Nebraska's
fur trading companies,
today is a hip little town with quaint shopping, art, and golf. Find splendid accommodations
here to make your Nebraska
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