The Sioux City Hotel & Conference Center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Sioux City Hotel & Conference Center
$80 per nite, big room, comfortable queen beds, air con, heating, quiet, large bathroom, bsic breakfast provided - no compalints
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I drove about 885km today.
Had a Starbucks breakfast in the Hyatt, and got out of St. Louis easily enough. I drove non-stop to the Kansas border, to a small place called Atchison, where the house Amelia Earhart was born in is located. Two grannies (or possibly great-great-grannies; they were quite rickety) let me in and told me what to look at, then I wandered around myself.
The house is now owned by the 99s, the international ...
This morning we arrived early at St Ambrose Univ in Davenport to meet our bus charter (Brancel). Bikes were loaded on separate semis, and we had the challenge of getting all our luggage (plus estimated needs for overnight tenting) on to our bus. It all worked out, with Doug driving over from Iowa City and Craig scooting in from Chicago (after enjoying a concert there ...
July 13-14, 2015 (LC westbound equivalent July 27 - August 21, 1804)
I quickly passed through Omaha NE on my may way to a county road along the west side of the Missouri. First stop was N.P. Dodge Park. Here I found a large park along the river with camping, marina, sports fields, and a great river side path which includes one of many LC markers along the trail. Although the bike/walking path has a couple ...
... little shop struggled to survive as people coming from the East just bypassed it on the way to the Black Hills in the 1930's. Wasn't until the wife decided to try and attract business by putting signs along the highway offering free iced water that people stopped and the business flourished to its 76,000 sq ft building today taking up an entire block . Highway signs still offer free iced water and 5cent coffees. ...
Slight detour due to traffic stopped on 29, hopped onto exit which welcomed us to Nebraska ! Who knew? We are now in Jackson driving down an old country road, which is more entertaining than the highway, for sure! Good thing the Bus driver did not try to ...