Baymont Inn & Suites Coralville
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... that I won't be back in the country for three months and I know I'll miss home, but I am so excited for everything we'll get to see and experience abroad. I will update this blog along the way, showing where our travels take us and what we are all up to. Ciao for now and see you in Italy! ...
Iowa is a beautiful state, even from the highway. Makes me want to hug a farmer!! Someday we'll have to take some time to travel the back roads, through the little towns, but for now, Maine lobster is that carrot dangling in front of us. We did get off I-80 for a small side trip for our overnight stay at a very nice "resort"...ok it was a casino!! Anyhow, this girl got her fix of the slots. I did my thing for about 3 hours ...
Can't believe it's finally happening. After all this talk and anticipation, we're finally heading to our imaginary home in Spokane, WA. It's only day one and we have thousands of miles to go and I feel scattered and disjointed. My heart, mind, spirit, and body feel like they're all in different spaces. It's not a bad feeling, per ...
... some vocabulary!
I am now fairly confident in my ability to introduce myself, and to ask where the restroom is... A must-have phrase for any traveller. Other than that, I am going to have to rely on others to know english. I have been told several times that most people in Europe will know a little -- at least enough to tell me they don't speak english. ...
... and farmland). There main crop is corn, acres and acres of corn. Once we reached Des Moines, IA, we had come full circle on this trip. The rest of the trip will be scenery we saw at the beginning of our trip.
Wow, the price of gas dropped 60 cents today! From the time we purchased this morning, it was $3.29 on our last fill up. Wouldn't you know, when our traveling is almost complete ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking