AmericInn Hotel & Suites Grundy Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and got us a tour today!
The plant was absolutely huge - over 250 hectares, employing 2900 workers with a wage bill of $2 million per week and they turn out 10,000 units a year! Takes about 14 weeks to complete an average one! The tour lasted 2 hours and was awesome - seeing all parts of the production process and then we had time to inspect some of the models! The largest one costs $460,000 and had an ensuite, king bed, gas log ...
Today we had a full day on the train; and because of the timings of the stops we were only going to see two states in the whole day; Utah and Colorado. We woke briefly when the train stopped at Salt Lake and then slept through to just before 7am. We got up, showered and went to the restaurant car for breakfast.
We were already cruising through high desert with eroded cliff faces high above us. The landscape was constantly changing as we ...
... across a bridge that opens up to allow a boat to go through pretty cool. Heading westward young man today thru Wisconsin. Take a break in Dodgeville for Bernie to have a haircut in an old fashioned small town barber shop. Great town, nice people. Overnight in Cedar Falls, beautiful University town had dinner etc at Toads Bar, pool at hotel, breakfast included very civilised really nice people. Americans are by and large very ...
... Falls to Sioux City. It was brighter than any streetlight. We stopped at sunset at the falls in Sioux Falls for a scramble on the rocks and then drove south through the night. There was a very confusing detour into Nebraska for ice cream. But hey, it's another state to add to our list. Nebraska: the place where Dairy Queen stays open after dark. The middle kind of freaks me out. This is really A LOT of corn. ...
... tour" and we wanted to check some of them out. The following is taken from the web:
The history of the barn quilt begins about 300 years ago with the arrival of immigrants from the Rhine region of Germany. They came for religious freedom. These groups included Amish, Mennonites, Lutherans and other Reform groups.Many settled in Pennsylvania, especially in Berks, Lancaster and Lehigh counties.Today, ...