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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... better seeing him everyday.
I nearly rented a bike but then I realised I am scared of traffic and I would freak out when I put the wheel on the road. I took the tourist information's 2 hour day tour where they give you a leaflet and you follow the directions, well I am not the best at following directions and my brain agreed at this when I got lost. In the end I gave up and just walked the boardwalk following the ocean, I did a lot of sitting and admiring. I felt ...
... the Elk River Hiking Trail. The first few days, it was very windy during the day which helped make it quite pleasure despite the heat. Then the wind died, and the mayflies moved in.
Weather during our visit -- High/Low: 98-107 /75-77
... in the city park campground in Winterset. It was a nicer place than I would have expected. We saw fireflies ! which was great. Louisa woke me up in the middle of the night to tell me it was raining. It didn't rain too hard but enough it would have got us wet had she not put on the rainflap.
Then we cooked a hot breakfast, packed up and went to see the other bridges in the county. First there was the one in the park, the only one not over ...
... with plans to spend the morning on the trail. We knew there was rain in the forecast but we checked the radar and it looked like it was to the south of us and was going to miss us. Besides it wasn't a very long hike (5.5 miles up and back) so thought we would be back before it started. Silly us...we didn't take our rain gear because we didn't think we needed to carry a backpack for such a short hike! I did learn my lesson and will be taking it ...
... take a picture of the boys - commemorating another state they were visiting. Also, we discovered that Nebraska could stand to put a little more of their tax paper money into state roads. I think we've confirmed why Nebraska is referred to as the cornhusker state....the entire time we drove through the state we were were surrounded by tall corn fields - and if we weren't looking at a corn field - ...