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The Life of Nebraska

Omaha, 03 July, 2014: Nebraska is considered to be the Conhusker State. The said state fist came to life when the California Gold Rush took place. The said event brought about a number of people to the said state bringing about the birth of a number of different communities. When one thinks of Nebraska, however, the first thing that comes to mind is its biggest city – the city of Omaha.

Omaha is better known as the gateway to the West. It was found in mid-1850’s when speculators from Iowa moved to the said place. The city itself earned its nickname from the fact that it sits along the Missouri River and has the Lone Tree Ferry crossing it.

Although today the city of Omaha is known for the number of Fortune 500 companies it keeps company, it actually also has a number of scenic spots that it can be proud of. This would include the Mormon Pioneer Cemetery, the Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo, the Omaha Botanical, and the Heartland of America Park. Food is also something that Omaha boasts of as such one can find a number of restaurants in the area including Thai Spice, Jack and Mary’s Restaurant, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, and the Kobe Steakhouse. That being the case, if you would like to see all of the sights as well as taste everything that Omaha has to offer, you would need to make sure that you book yourself in an Omaha Nebraska hotel. One of these Hotels in Omaha, Nebraska that you might want to consider is the Comfort Suites.

Guests of the Comfort Suites Omaha are able to enjoy a number of amenities including access to the indoor heated pool, the use of the exercise room as well as the photocopy and the fax machine, free hot breakfast, availability of phone for the hearing impaired, free coffee as well as newspaper during weekdays.

More information can be found at http://www.indembsudan.com/87340/28.htm. You can make use of the quick reservation form at the left side of the page in order to book a room in advance.

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Comfort Suites Omaha, Nebraska
10503 Bedford Avenue, Omaha, NE, US, 68134
Phone: (402) 445-0400
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