Best Western Crossroads Of The Bluffs
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... using their carts far too much, which cause noise and you need to make way for them on the paths. My favourite animals were the elephant nosed shrew, the black and white animal, the prairie dogs and the monkey that had an old man face. The baby orang-utan was also very cute. Some of the ways the animals were displayed was awesome. You would walk along paths and the animals were right there in what looked like natural habitat. Often there were no bars. Frustratingly there were ...
... the car and road. First thing we did upon getting the car was drive straight to Walmart to pick up a GPS unit. Really cheap at $99 and a good model. At Walmart we picked up a few other things - a Minion shirt Sam liked, some fresh strawberries and a few goodies for the road. We checked into the hotel, had a little sleep then dined in at Olive Garden. Sam got her favourite chicken marsala and I had a three pasta dish - very tasty. ...
While in Iowa, why not visit the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library we said to ourselves and we're glad we did. This is my fifth presidential library and I always enjoy learning about these men. President Hoover lead a pretty impressive life before he entered politics. This library complex includes his ancestral home...a 2 room simple home for 5 people...a Quaker meetinghouse, a one room schoolhouse and his burial site. The library itself is pretty large and includes ...
Left Council Bluffs, Iowa at 7 a.m. on I-80 west. It was a 494.4 mile ride with scenery changing from miles of corn and soybeans to rolling prairies with grazing cattle and oil wells. The weather was sunny,then overcast, then windy,then sprinkling rain, then sunny again and tonight in ...
... for the ones who figured they could pass everybody and further down the road you saw the same vehicle in the ditch or stuck. We ended up not getting to Oklahoma City until after 1. It must have been a localized storm in that it didn't extend much further east or west but seemed to be about 150 miles south to north. Outside Oklahoma City it was sunny and clear. Really weird storm front. But once through Oklahoma City the roads ...