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by Wildcat Dianne
January 7, 2006
When we visited the Super 8 in Ogallala in September 2000, it had just gone under major renovations and was a nice, clean hotel with brightly colored bedding and clean white walls in the rooms. It was also our most expensive hotel room on our trip at $80 for a two-bedroom for the three of us and Snowy and Zoe, but it was well worth the money. We were greeted very warmly at the service desk by both the day and overnight clerks, and if we had any questions or needed something like stamps or extra towels, the desk staff was more than welcome to accommodate us.
The price of the room included a free continental breakfast that was served beginning at 6am the next morning, and Mom, Dad, and I took advantage of that and filled up on muffins, tea, or coffee, which were very good.
The Super 8 in Ogallala allows pets, but you must pay a deposit (we were charged $80) upon check-in, depending on how many critters you have with you, and it is only refunded in full if your room has not been destroyed by your zoo. Mom was so paranoid about Snowy or Zoe having an accident in the room and covered the floors and beds with some of our sheets and blankets that we had with us in the car and van. Mom really didn't have to worry about Snowy and Zoe because Snowy found his bed in the bathtub or end table, and Zoe stayed in Mom and my bed. Zoe didn't have her big accident until the next morning in the moving van, when she was let out of her carrier and went behind the van's seat and peed all over Dad's duffel bag. So Mom's worrying was in vain, and she got her deposit back in full.
The Super 8 in Ogallala is located a short ride off Exit 126, off Interstate 80, and is easily accessible to downtown Ogallala and its restaurants.
From journal A Night Among the Cowboys and Cattle