Baymont Inn & Suites Coralville

Address: 200 6th Street, Coralville, Iowa, 52241, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 200 6th Street, Coralville, is near University of Iowa, Old Capitol, Museum of Natural History, and Finkbine Golf Course.
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    A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Jul 19, 2015

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    ... folks by my post yesterday, sorry. We are still at Coralville Lake. Yesterday we went sight-seeing in all those places. Tomorrow we head for Portage, WI. It will be a longer day than we have driven the last couple of times, since it is a little over 200 miles from here. Hope everyone has a good day tomorrow (or today depending on when you read this). Probably will not blog tomorrow night, but Tuesday will be in ...

    The past and the future

    A travel blog entry by lynnlinton on Jul 18, 2015

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... you know that you could have become friends. Alas, that is one of the drawbacks to travelling – ships that pass in the night.

    We went to an historical village which was very interesting – most of the village was original and had been transported here from outlying areas. There was a Mennonite Museum there and I found out lots of interesting information and asked lots of questions about the Mennonites. The woman there was a Mennonite and ...

    Where no Avella has gone before

    A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Jul 17, 2015

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    ... operational, but no longer makes refrigerators. Not sure what they manufacture there now, but the whole area is very interesting. The villages are connected by a road that runs in a loop. Each village has a religious meeting place and it's own cemetery. Even in death, they are equal since all the head stones are the same and they are not buried in family groups, but buried in chronological order according to the date they are buried. The religious meeting ...

    Catch up

    A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Jul 16, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... trimming you want and then eat out of the bag. They said that the school kids sell Walking Tacos at the ball games. It's really a neat idea. You may already know about these, but we had never heard of them.

    About 11 it started to rain and continued all night and most of the day. It didn't rain hard nor did it rain continuously like it did last Wednesday in MO. The sun finally came out about 5. We spent the day doing laundry, cleaning ...

    Colourful immigrants

    A travel blog entry by lynnlinton on Jul 16, 2015

    7 comments, 11 photos

    ... Next day, off to visit just 2 of the villages. These were Germans escaping
    religious persecution. They came in 4 ships with more following in later
    years. They called the non- Germans, the "English". We had lunch at a German restaurant - beautiful place and food. We visited the micro brewery, the weaving mill, beautiful furniture and a good museum. Too much to see and do again, so back we went to the nice RV park and did the washing.
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