It doesn’t lose its soul among a labyrinth of tired skyscrapers, and the culture you get from the arts definitely makes up for the weather.
Getting to know your city is a great way to meet new people, or to even come up with ways to hang out with the people you already know.
Nebraska also has the most wins and the highest winning percentage of any program over the last 50 years.You don’t have to spend your entire paycheck just to get by on the rent, so you can spend your money on having fun instead of worrying about bills. When Europeans were allowed to claim land in the mid-1800s, Council Bluffs pioneers expanded into Omaha. The city grew rapidly and was home to immigrants from all parts of the world.Today, Downtown Omaha enjoys some rejuvenations as well as new things to do and see.There are more miles of river in Nebraska than just about any other state.Every year you can attend the College World Series in Omaha, and you can see how doing good can change lives at Boys Town.The Henry Doorly Zoo shouldn’t be missed–it is always changing, so every time you go, there are new exhibits and animals to see.