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Planning your trip to Red Cloud, Neb.

Willa CatherLos Angeles International Airport

The BEST WAY TO RED CLOUD, NEB.

From LAX, Frontier, United and American offer connecting service (change of planes) to Grand Island, Neb., which is about 65 miles north of Red Cloud. Restricted round-trip fares begin at $401.

WHAT TO DO

The Willa Cather Foundation, 413 N. Webster, Red Cloud; (866) 731-7304, http://www.willacather.org. Town Tours are offered daily (except Sundays in winter) on a walk-in basis; seven buildings, $15; three buildings, $10; one building, $5. Country tours are $30 and must be reserved in advance.

WHERE TO STAY

Green Acres Motel, 791 N. Highway 281, Red Cloud; (402) 746-2201. Doubles from $45.

TO LEARN MORE

http://www.redcloudnebraska.com

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