LaCorsette Maison Inn

Address: 629 1st Ave. E., Newton, Iowa, 50208, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 629 1st Ave. E., Newton, is near Maytag Dairy Farm and International Wrestling Institute and Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Newton

Week One headed to Maine.

A travel blog entry by skipbobbi on Aug 26, 2015

4 comments, 3 photos

... br> IA. Started in 1850, Shady Oaks is one of the oldest campgrounds in the country! Skip played golf with Bobbi’s niece, Julie and her husband Archie, and shot an 80, his best score in a long while. On Sunday afternoon, we got together at Julie’s and Archie's house with Bobbi’s 92 year-old aunt Rena; and her cousins:
Diane (and husband, Ken), Dallas, & Darrell, Bobbi’s bother Wilbur and his
wife Sue, ...

Westward Ho!

A travel blog entry by rnrontheroad on Aug 16, 2015

14 photos

Once again, the peacefulness was shattered by partiers who talked, laughed and sang till 1 in the morning. Fortunately we were exhausted, so we didn't hear too much as we kept falling asleep during the festivities...and this morning, the huge bus beside us started his very loud diesel engine at about 8:30am and let it run for about 15 minutes. Justice! Cause that kind of got all the kids up in the area and so the day began a little early for the ...

Day in Elk Rock State Park - Des Moines, Iowa

A travel blog entry by lifeofmohr on Aug 10, 2015

2 comments, 4 photos

... in the 50 amp lot which luckily also had a 30 amp plug, phew! [Interesting fact, a lot of the smaller state parks have a self registration where you put money in an envelope and reserve your own spot.] The last hiccup was water....we couldn't find anywhere to fill up, but improvised a bit with a spigot in the field in the middle of the campground to fill our RV. After all that at the end of a 4 hr drive, it felt good to finally get ...

Who knew Iowa had so much corn?

A travel blog entry by luv2gowalkabout on Jul 15, 2015

6 photos

Driving day number 2! Today we logged 447 miles. Piece of cake. It was mostly an uneventful ride. Here are a few thoughts from today: Illinois- mostly flat rolling fields of corn.....for miles and miles.....The skyline dotted with wind turbines, manicured highways and the prettiest rest stops I've ever seen. We are in John Deere country! I thought Pennsylvania had large farms. Here your neighbors are miles apart. It puts new meaning in the ...

Suzan's 40th birthday party, Red Rock

A travel blog entry by jthesq on Jun 26, 2015

3 photos

... grabbed in Knoxville. It's one of their sessions and very good. Our neighbors pulled in and they have two dogs who, and this isn't the dog fault, proceeded to go bat poo crazy when they got out of the car. The other neighbor's German Shepard though to himself, ah how cute your little yip is. Listening to music and chatting about our future we ease into night as the birds chirped away. Sun fades away, til tomorrow we say, and we light our fire to enjoy a night full of music and ...