Baymont Inn & Suites Pella
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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I have to say that the best thing ever invented is the Eagle Creek travel accessories. They have different sizes of packing 'cubes', air compression bags, money belts and more for the organized and sensible traveler. In the past when I've packed for a trip my suitcase ends up looking like a total **** show and I most certainly over pack on yoga pants and completely forget the one pair of shoes that would have been perfect. Thanks to ...
... and a bag of chai tea to get me in the mood for India; my mother, Liz Goode, providing packing essentials to simplify my life (and create space to bring home treasures!); my father, Tom Goode, sending DVDs and YouTube videos about India to fire up my excitement; and of course my husband, Alex Kvitne who has organized my schedule and my To Do list so nothing is forgotten. He has also given me the gift ...
Spent last night in Eucha, Oklahoma with Linda and Earl. Linda and I were stationed on Okinawa together. It was great to catch up.
I was not sure I would be able to leave as severe thunderstorms were predicted. Fortunately it was just low dark clouds. As I traveled north the skies began to lighten and clear.
I should make it to Charlie and Nancy's ...
... on the beaches without getting soaked.
I thought getting into Chicago was bad, but navigating around the city was worse, especially considering I was trying to find a particular pizza joint (Pizano's, recommended to me by my friend Erin). After a good 30 minutes of driving around the city and finding a parking space that didn't charge $14.00/hour (!), I walked to Pizano's and had a seat at the bar. Coincidentally, I came on the night ...
Got a late start today. It was 7:35 before we hit the road. We had breakfast a little after 8:00 at Subway. They have a great $3.00 deal. We caught the Loess Scenic Byway not too long after that and wandered around heading south on the back country route. It was pretty much cornfields and soy bean fields and if you've seen one you've pretty much seen them all. Some of them just seemed to go forever. Certainly as far as we could ...