Comfort Inn & Suites Grinnell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Grinnell
... in the coach and run to the tire shop before they close. Earlier in the week I had ordered new tires for Roxy and they were waiting for me at Midtown Tire in Pella. Drop the coach for tires, jump back in the Jeep and run to find a campsite before everything is is booked for the weekend. Secure campsite at White Breast campground, drive 20 minutes back to Pella and pick up Roxy with her new shoes. Drive back to campground, set up camp. Drink ...
... to tell ridiculous stories about something called gravity and how, if you trip, you fall over. Duh! Anybody knows that. If he were really that smart, he would have gone into some worthwhile field, like dentistry or real estate.
Anyway, enough of the local history. We drove today. That’s about it. ...
... with one of the local men watching us. He was hoping we didn't all stay in the trailer we were hauling lol. Brian jokes it's a transformer trailer, not the first we've heard it from people. We drove and drove, hoping to make it to Iowa City, but only made it to Brooklyn about 45 min. Kids were hungry again and starting to fight so we used the infamous coupon book and stayed at the Pleasant Inn just off the highway and grabbed ...
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 ...
... me, let alone highway signs, and the paint on the streets was so worn away I could hardly tell what lane I was in, so I had to rely on the scores of cars packed around me to estimate where I should drive. It took a good long while to enter Chicago proper, and by the time I was in it was long after dark with cloud cover, though I could still see Lake Michigan and the boats thereon fairly well. I just wish it hadn't been raining so hard so I could ...