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Top Places To See In South Central Nebraska

South Central Nebraska tends to capture “The Good Life” experience of the state. Towns are smaller than other regions, but still boas unique experiences, shops, and restaurants. Here are a few of my top picks for things to do when traveling around South Central Nebraska. Alma Amherst Arapahoe Bradshaw Cozad Gibbon Related post: Never went …

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9 Charming Nebraska Small Towns Worth Stopping For

I’m always on the hunt for hidden gems in Nebraska, be it a stylish boutique or an amazing cafe. Once you start roaming the state, you start to notice some Nebraska small towns have more of those must-see places than others. Here are a few of my favorite towns, and what you should do while …

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Top Things To Do In The Nebraska Sandhills

You’ve heard about the Nebraska Sandhills — the scenic region of the state with vast stretches of wild, grassy sand dunes hills carved by rivers. And you know you’re supposed to go there but where should you go, exactly, when visiting the Sandhills? Here’s a rundown of the quirky towns to visit, the scenic stops, …

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Awe-Inspiring Sunflower Fields Near Omaha

Whether you’re looking for the perfect photo backdrop or you want to pick flowers, sunflower fields are popular in the late summer. It’s not uncommon to find wild sunflowers growing in Nebraska, but if you want a precise destination, keep reading to see where to find the best sunflower fields within an easy drive from …

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13 U.S. Cities That Never Lost Their European Spirit

The Midwest was a popular region for European immigrants to settle in the 1800s and early 1900s because the terrain and weather reminded many people of their home countries. With northern Plains states, such as North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota popular with Scandinavians, while Danish and Dutch immigrants preferred Iowa and Nebraska. Germans often …

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