VisitOmaha.com has this really cool thing for visitors called the Penny Pack. Basically, its a passport to beer.
Tuesday, May 1, 2018 10:00 AM by ChoiceHotels.com
Dinker’s “Omaha’s Best Burger” is a claim so big it requires challenging.
I stepped into the self-proclaimed watering hole one Friday morning, the dining room area already half full after having only been serving for five minutes. I ordered their famous Haystack Burger: a cheeseburger with honey smoked ham, fried egg, mayo, lettuce and tomato. In other words, a protein trifecta on a bun.
It took intense will power to stop at half a burger left before packing my goods to-go. The sandwich was a satisfying combination of flavors, textures and
A comfortable, luxury hotel that is both kid and pet friendly is one of my favorite things and the Magnolia Omaha Hotel has it all! It’s so important to have a relaxing place to call home when traveling with a toddler and dog. The rooms are beautiful, family-friendly and with plenty of fun spots to explore you can easily alternate between nap time to exploring.
We planned an overnight trip to Omaha recently on what turned out to be one of those bone-chilling cold days we have here in the Midwest. The forecast called for snow showers, 30-mile-an-hour winds, and temperatures dropping to below zero that night. Instead of cancelling the trip, we made a bold decision and decided to embrace the challenge of finding things to do in Omaha when it’s freezing. And, we got a great deal on our hotel rooms, never waited in a line, and had rock star parking everywhere we went!
Tuesday, January 16, 2018 1:00 PM by Chris Killen | CarRentals.com
If you placed a check mark next to everything you planned on doing or seeing in 2017, we’re very proud. But 2017 is so three weeks ago and now that the new year is upon us, it’s time to make a new list.
Wednesday, December 27, 2017 4:00 PM by Greta - Pickles Travel Blog
Omaha has so many amazing sights to see and activities to offer, from the Number One rated zoo in the country, to the union station train depot where you can board a train, to a bridge that takes you to another state. All of these are wonderful reasons to visit Omaha, but add in the holiday season and family friendly Omaha gets even better!
Wednesday, December 6, 2017 3:00 PM by Whitney the Weekender
Once my husband and I started a family, we knew we wanted to turn seasonal activities into family traditions.
Traditions are special. They create dates on our calendars to look forward to, and they make memories that generate nostalgia.
The day after Thanksgiving, my husband, daughter D and I headed to The Durham Museum for holiday fun and the community countdown to the lighting of the region’s largest indoor tree. D saw Santa, decorated a cookie and sipped milk before we made our way to the Great Hall along with legions of other
Welcome to Part 2 of our family’s river adventures! My last post chronicled our time in Dubuque, Iowa and the fun we found near the Mighty Mississippi River. As I indicated then, our summer was filled with many little trips canvasing one side of the state to the other. If you haven’t guessed it already, you are about to read about our time near another beautiful body of water: The Missouri River.