AmericInn Lodge & Suites Cedar Rapids Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
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We spent the last three days at Dave and Lisa's in Iowa City. The Prius was transferred to Iowa on 12 February. Sheila was sad to let it go - but it went to a good home. The Prius gave us 179K miles. We had a great time with our granddaughter Izzie. She has ...
... done. 2. Tooth contouring and improving: This quick, inexpensive, and non-invasive procedure is used to repair dental problems such as overlaps, shallow pits and grooves in the enamel, used edges, and cracked teeth. The dental professional makes use of a polishing instrument for the removal of a small quantity of enamel and the tooth is reformed. The enamel removal procedure is carried out only after dental practitioners verify through ...
... to a local restaurant for dinner....mexican. Woke early this morning and used Yelp to find a local owned coffee house, Reid's Beans. They hooked me up with a large carafe of coffee and two poached eggs over salmon over goat cheese on sourdough bread. Loved it. She inquired about my plans for the day. Hoover being the one and only tourist destination, she quickly informed me that we owe the standardization of light ...
... all using the name Amana and a second word. South Amana, East Amana, West Amana, North Amana, High Amana, and Middle Amana. The residents in the early days received housing, medical care, meals, schooling, etc.Jobs were assigned but no one received a wage.
We enjoyed walking the streets and looking in the shops. We had lunch in the Ox Yoke Inn and enjoyed a fine German dish of ...
... We passed through many little towns with grand names like Marseilles, Ottawa, Peru and Sheffield. With populations of 1015, 970 or similar. Each carried a little epithet like “Sheffield – spend a day, stay for life.” Not sure whether that was an invitation or a threat. And, Annawan, “Home of Brandon Jones, 2nd place in State U17 Long Jump 2009.” Little town America – a bit shabby I have to ...