Villisca Axe Murder House

Address: Villisca, Iowa, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Villisca, is near J.B. Moore House.
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        Travel Blogs from Villisca

        Day 10 - Mainly Trains!

        A travel blog entry by dougndev on Oct 28, 2014

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        ... I was silly to think they might be! Anyway after that tasty lunch we headed to the train station a little early just so we didn't have to lug our bags round too much. We caught the train, marvelled at the lovely 'fall' colours outside the window yet again and then settled down to watch transformers 4 (scenes from Chicago!) with a dinner of popcorn and sweets with wine and cocktails. We should be arriving in Omaha in the next 30 mins we hope! ...

        Day 2: Family Get-together in Iowa

        A travel blog entry by acombslane on Jul 26, 2013

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        Day 2: We awoke to a delicious breakfast provided by the owners of the Inn, Pat and Dave Farris. They served warm, homemade cinnamon rolls, chocolate chip bread, and freshly prepared fruit. What a treat!

        We spent the day visiting with family. In the morning, we visited with my 92-year-old grandmother, Wilma Mills, at the Lenox Care Center. She seemed to enjoy the visit and entertained us by singing her favorite song, "All my ...

        Terribly hot & humid!!

        A travel blog entry by heavenonearth on Jul 07, 2013

        37 photos

        We were happy to find a campsite available here Viking Lake State Park in Iowa which was only 14 miles from the town of Red Oak where my maternal grandmother was born in 1903!
        This was a very nice campground but...we made reservations online and there were no full hookup sites available, so we reserved an electric only site. When we arrived we found the site occupied & check out was not until 4 pm!!! This was a first, ...

        Losing my nuts

        A travel blog entry by subspeck on Jul 04, 2013

        3 comments, 1 photo

        Had a great start to the day. Breakfast with good friends then an outstanding ride along the Missouri River/Illinois River with absolutely perfect weather. Then I lost a nut on my shift linkage. After a quick repair got back on the road and the rain started. Made it to Stanton, IA for the ...

        The Glenn Miller Story

        A travel blog entry by walters1939 on Jun 07, 2012

        I went to Clarinda, Iowa for the annual Glenn Miller music festival. Glenn was born in Clarida, but moved around frequently during his youth. But Clarinda seems to have been the first to claim him. Both Clarinda and Shenandoah (where I stayed) are towns of about 5,000 people. But Clarinda is the county seat so it's top dog. This is tall corn country and from what I saw the corn will be knee high by the 4th of ...