Dubuque Comfort Inn
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I had to wait for my carry on to come up so that I could go find my big suitcase. There wasn't enough room so our carry ons had to go under the plane. I grabbed mine and half ran to go to the baggage claim. When I came down the escalator, I saw mom, dad, Kyle, and the puppies. I wanted to push the people in front of me out of the way so that I could get down there. It was great seeing them, even though it was midnight and I was exhausted and ready to sleep at ...
... the middle of the river. A few of them are privately owned but anyone can use the others (government owned) for recreational purposes for up to 2 weeks at a time. There are lots of little turtles sitting on submerged logs but the take a dive when they spot us - we have to be quick with the camera. 45 years ago there was only one breeding pair of bald eagles in the area due to DDT. As DDT has now been banned and more ...
... But was not that hungry anyway. I was coming down with a cold again...aching all over and a fever...thanks to Al and Denise sharing their germs. Took two tablets and went to bed. Most of the others didn't get to bed till 1.30am. We were treated to a traditional Indian breakfast in the morning ..along with cinnamon and cardamon tea. The breakfast was a wheat meals with various vegetable and spices..very ...
... I want to write down some of the stories Uncle Bob told me.
When Dad learned to golf, he took a driver and put tape where his feet should go. He also had marks in between where he was supposed to put the ball. He would lay the driver down, line up his feet and the ball, then kick the driver out of the way and hit the ball.
Dad bought a car for 400 dollars. The car needed some repairs, so Dad got a book, took the engine apart and ...
... in full view.
We lunched at One Eleven Main where I had some delicious catfish. After lunch we walked around the city admiring its historical architecture, including the oldest house in Galena, Dowling House, built in 1826. A lot of buildings had faded hand painted advertisements which Kelli admired for their typography. We walked off lunch and then piled back in the car bound for Chicago. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking