AmericInn Hotel & Suites Webster City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Dakota because it was to far from the ocean for the soviet warships to attack. And if activated only took 30 minutes over the North Pole to hit Russia. Next stop Missouri River and in to Iowa. That was yesterday. Today was catching up with Marit and Richard having a tour of Iowa State Uni. Tomorrow ...
... and it was a pleasant drive overall.
Somewhere midway into South Dakota the landscape started changing slowly and a couple of hills appeared on the plains. We also crossed the Missouri River which is MASSIVE. Bikers and bikes were prominent in South Dakota.
We reached bad lands around 7pm. Our halt was the cedar pass campground. First ...
... in the busting myths and contemporary sculpture camps.
In the evening the kids went for swim lessons at swim America. Tanvee did awesome and progressed to level six and Tejas went to level 11 ind this session completing levels 9 & 10.
In the following weeks they both continued the ...
... and Marina napped. The packing took about 4 hours. We were all ready to go, waiting for the boys to come back from their boat ride. When they cruised in, Brian nonchalantly said, "Artie decided to go for a swim in the lake." Oh goodness! Artie had fallen into the lake with all his clothes on. So, we had to dry his wet clothes because we had already packed the suitcases. There went another 30 minutes. I think we finally hit the road about noon. Just in time for ...
... towns. Most traffic chooses Interstate-80, so once again I had the road almost for myself. The weather was again sunny, so I took the car top down and enjoyed the drive through Nebraskan corn fields. Most of the corn has been harvested but there are still enormous areas with yellow dry corn that needs to be harvested - presumably for cattle fodder. I got as far as Kearny, NE, and decided to ...