AmericInn Hotel & Suites Pella
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... behind Eagle Creek, my mother who suggested I use their products, and my Eagle Scout husband, I look like I know what I'm doing. I am bringing with me an entire American pharmacy and only one "cube" of actual clothing. I have been told by the school as well as Anne, the young lady I've been messaging who is already there attending the 200 hour training, that clothing, yoga mats, books and more are readily available in the town and ...
... We will miss each other, but that is a small price to pay for experience, knowledge and adventure! Our love and marriage are stronger because of this gift.
The biggest gift of all comes from Career Transition for Dancers. This organization provides grants for professional dancers to further their education for a second career to supplement non-working times or after retirement. ...
Spent last night in Eucha, Oklahoma with Linda and Earl. Linda and I were stationed on Okinawa together. It was great to catch up.
I was not sure I would be able to leave as severe thunderstorms were predicted. Fortunately it was just low dark clouds. As I traveled north the skies began to lighten and clear.
I should make it to Charlie and Nancy's ...
... deep-dish, of course, with a thin crust. The crust itself, flaky and buttery and just what I needed after a long day of driving. However tasty the pizza was, though, it was tenfold as hot. I discovered this when I took the first bite and as I moaned in agony and pulled my mouth away from the slice, a bit of tomato jumped from the pizza to my forearm, burning me. It wouldn't be until the following morning that I discovered a blister the size of ...
... that has a huge manufacturing plant here.
This was such a change from the many struggling farm communities we have seen
throughout the Midwest. The town was founded
by a Dutchman back in the 1800s who brought back a couple of hundred of his
countryman to farm the area. We had just missed the annual Tulip Festival the
first weekend of May. This is a must see stopover if you are ever in Central Iowa,
Unfortunately I am unable to upload the photos right ...