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I cant say much about the Days Inn. My wife, kids, and I showed up today. We drove from Cody, Wyoming to Scottsbluff. We wanted to check out chimney rock and car henge before we returned home in northeast Nebraska. (6 hours away). I already...More
Our group of 42 booked well in advance with numerous confirmations and faxes stating the 5 days we were reserving. When we arrived, the motel said our reservations were not until the following week. After hours of working on this ( only one other couple...More
don't go here if you want breakfast. this place is horrible. runny waffle batter that did not make a waffle...no sugar free syrup for diabetics. no service at the check out desk. good price for the room, though.
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Our room was dirty,halls smelled,but what topped it off was my 1 yr old Granddaughter found a used toothbrush under the sink,my daughter ended up calling her husband to drive the 2 hrs to pick them up,I figured I paid for it,i was braving it...More
I have been using Days Inns on my trip. Last night I stopped at the Days Inn in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. The place looked far below par from the other ones I stayed at. If I had not been so tired I would have looked elsewhere....More
Sorry, can't find any reference to these specific names/places, but would suggest - in fact, recommend - a visit to the National Monument (actually in nearby Gering) for a lovely little museum, an interesting film and a... More
Sorry, can't find any reference to these specific names/places, but would suggest - in fact, recommend - a visit to the National Monument (actually in nearby Gering) for a lovely little museum, an interesting film and a drive through tunnels to the top of the road. From the carpark here, you can hike named trails of varying lengths, or simply take in the spectacular views. Maybe they can also give you info. on the places you're looking for.