Travel Blogs from Waterloo, United States

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Sunday Travels, Waterloo, United States travel blog

Sunday Travels

A travel blog entry by kvasnickad

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... was not working, we had a lesson in patience. This morning we got up early and packed up. We took a short walk around Waterloo and then waited until it was time to head to the park with the group for breakfast and an outdoor worship service-- all ...

You Know Who's in Waterloo!, Waterloo, United States travel blog

You Know Who's in Waterloo!

A travel blog entry by mefox13

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... spending five days in St. Peter with my sister and her family; I'm off! The first stop on my haphazardly planned trail is Waterloo, Iowa.  Not an original point on my map, but I discovered that the John Deere Farm Implement Company offers tours at ...

"but it looked good to Charlene..."

A travel blog entry by mefox13

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... may cause a slight curvature in my spine.  I might have to rethink this one.  It's also rather cold here in Waterloo.  Last night was 2 degrees with a windchill of -20.  I previously thought of the Astro-Start that was already ...

Juicy Lucy, Rock Bottom, Target Field and Travel, Waterloo, United States travel blog

Juicy Lucy, Rock Bottom, Target Field and Travel

A travel blog entry by dblegldave

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... ; All sorts of things went through my mind.  Luckily no cars passed by, and soon I was back on the road to Waterloo automotively full and physiologically empty!   I made a call to the Hampton Inn in Waterloo.  All full.  He ...

South Dakota > Minnesota > Iowa Heading East, Waterloo, United States travel blog

South Dakota > Minnesota > Iowa Heading East

A travel blog entry by lstoneham

From the plains to the corn fields--heading east is not so interesting, Corn, corn, and more ...

Road Trip Through History, Waterloo, United States travel blog

Road Trip Through History

A travel blog entry by burtonll

... native Americans were forced to walk in 1838, due to legislation which called for removal of all Indians from the eastern United States. Ross's Landing is where John Ross established the trading post that became Chattanooga. And, it is where over a ...

Last week of New York and Iowa, Waterloo, United States travel blog

Last week of New York and Iowa

A travel blog entry by kbcon2

Hey guys, this is what has been happening in the last week or so. We went to the site of september 11, it was incredibly moving and interesting. On the day that we went it was possibly the coldest day i have ever experienced. Ever. I think it was -9 ...

Teaching Abroad: Round 2, Ceder Falls/Waterloo, United States travel blog

Teaching Abroad: Round 2

A travel blog entry by boehmini

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... give the international teaching scene another shot.  We signed up for an international teaching fair that took place in Cedar Falls/Waterloo, IA every year in February.   We knew with our backgrounds and experiences, securing a job would not be ...

And then the highway ended at a four-way stop..., Waterloo, United States travel blog

And then the highway ended at a four-way stop...

A travel blog entry by ejensen09

... is that? Luckily, traffic was relatively mild this day as we drove into Cedar Falls, the smaller but classier neighbor of Waterloo.  The University of Northern Iowa claims Cedar Falls as home, and like Waterloo, I can't claim to know much ...

My, my.  At Waterloo .... etc :), Waterloo, United States travel blog

My, my. At Waterloo .... etc :)

A travel blog entry by mattcoll

... sorry.  I've had "Waterloo" in my head ever since we started seeing the signs along the interstate leading us to Waterloo. We headed off this morning from Wauseon in the most horrendous downpour still, headed towards Chicago.  I really, really, ...

We met our Waterloo..., Waterloo, United States travel blog

We met our Waterloo...

A travel blog entry by vjlarson

We were still running quite late. The train should’ve been at Waterloo at 7:33 am. We gained an hour, which helped at the the time, but our 4 ½ hour layover in Chicago was definitely going to be cut short. We were disappointed… thinking ...

Niagara, who left the tap open?, Waterloo, United States travel blog

Niagara, who left the tap open?

A travel blog entry by robertandtanja

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Niagara Falls is America's oldest State Park (1885), we decided to have a look at them from the US and the Canadian side. Yes, it is a very touristic place but still worthwhile and it is just fun to walk across the border into Canada! Which we did. That ...

John Deere Tractor Factory, Waterloo, United States travel blog

John Deere Tractor Factory

A travel blog entry by jaredandjen

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Wednesday, July 13th I decided to take advantage of the track by the campground and went for a run this morning with Nash. We did 1.5 miles which I think was a good start since I haven't run in so long. I am going to try to start running every morning. ...

A lovely lovely place, Crows Camp (historical), United States travel blog

A lovely lovely place

A travel blog entry by my-house

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We traveled all of 15 miles today to an anchorage that is pretty popular with the cruisers. Nice little V shaped inlet.  No wind, very very quiet.  We anchored in 10 feet of water with Harry's new shiny anchor.  We sat out in the cockpit, ...

In the Beginning, Waterloo, United States travel blog

In the Beginning

A travel blog entry by cindycaldwell

So Sunday Katie and I leave for Iceland.  We fly to JFK in NYC and from there travel to Reykjavik.  If you want to follow along with us...check this blog out and Katie's!  You can find her on my page on FB.  We will also stay a few ...

25. September 2012, Waterloo, United States travel blog

25. September 2012

A travel blog entry by chrisi1234

... aufgestanden und weiter geht es Richtung Niagara Fälle. Die 7 runter nach pittsfield und dort weiter immer die 20 nach Waterloo. Im Hotel angekommen und weitergefahren bis Dresden, dann wieder zurück Richtung Hotel und in connys Dinner das ...

26. September 2012, Waterloo, United States travel blog

26. September 2012

A travel blog entry by chrisi1234

... haben es aber geschafft :-). Danach durch Buffalo wieder zurück gefahren und bei Exit 42 raus und in den Outlet von Waterloo gefahren. Dort hat Steffen endlich t-shirts gefunden. Danach noch in ein restaurant zum Essen und wieder zuück ins ...

27. September 201, Waterloo, United States travel blog

27. September 201

A travel blog entry by chrisi1234

... Glen State Park gegangen und dort den trail Georg abgelaufen. Danach über die 414 auf die 79 und nach Ithaka und weiter auf der 34 und dann auf die 90 und am See zurück nach Waterloo. Dort bei Pizza Hut eine Pizza geholt und im Hotel ...

28. September 20, Waterloo, United States travel blog

28. September 20

A travel blog entry by chrisi1234

Früh aufgestanden und bei Dunkin Donat zwei Toasts mit Ei, Käse und Bacon gegessen und 6 Donuts und zwei Cafe (sehr schlecht) mitgenommen. Auf der 96 und dann auf der 414 nach watkins Glen gefahren, dort weiter auf der 414 bis Coming, dann ...

Home sweet home..., Waterloo, United States travel blog

Home sweet home...

A travel blog entry by c_m_c_m

Home sweet ...

John Deere, Waterloo, United States travel blog

John Deere

A travel blog entry by lauriebt

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dodo chez Walmart et visite de l'usine d’assemblage des tracteurs John Deere! Kirk a pu faire la visite seulement car personne en bas de 13 ans n’était acceptée et je n’avais pas mes cartes, haha. Il a dit que c'était super ...

Minneapolis to Waterloo, the long way around, Waterloo, United States travel blog

Minneapolis to Waterloo, the long way around

A travel blog entry by rvrladypat

... of the border and the land is even more gently rolling and there are no terraces, nor grass strips in the hollow places. Here in Waterloo, I am on the banks of the Cedar River, but I haven't seen any cedar trees. What is here is miles and miles and ...

Waterloo, Iowa, Waterloo, United States travel blog

Waterloo, Iowa

A travel blog entry by tffnyhu

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... . We looked up that the weather is suppose to be 100 degrees tomorrow as the high! HOT HOT HOT! We'll be departing beautiful Waterloo at 6am again, so it's going to be another long day on the road. Closer and closer to Yellowstone. It's insane how this ...

Iowa, oh Iowa... what have you been up to?, Waterloo, United States travel blog

Iowa, oh Iowa... what have you been up to?

A travel blog entry by c_m_c_m

Iowa has welcomed us home.  Shoveled 10" of snow from our driveway and sidewalks this morning!  Told Don I guess we accomplished a month's worth of shoveling in a couple hours, so maybe it wasn't so ...

Don's retirement party..., Waterloo, United States travel blog

Don's retirement party...

A travel blog entry by c_m_c_m

Enjoyed the weekend with Don's parents, sisters, sons and families, Cheryl and Connor, Andy, and many of Don's work friend and neighbors.  ...

The Day Before, Waterloo, United States travel blog

The Day Before

A travel blog entry by artin2011

Well the camper is packed and hooked up to the truck.  We have gone over the checklist not once but twice and it sure looks like we are ready to go.  This was to be a road trip to Alaska but scheduling became a real problem.  The cost of ...

last stop, Waterloo, NY, Waterloo, United States travel blog

last stop, Waterloo, NY

A travel blog entry by nancy8895

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... (in my mind) it is the home, along with nearby Seneca Falls, of the Women's Rights movement. The M'Clintock's of Waterloo, a family of good Quaker reformers, hosted an Underground Railroad way station and in 1848 offered their house to Elizabeth Cady ...

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