Country Inn & Suites Ames
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... a different setting. We will also have the privilege of visiting CAPRISA which is an HIV/AIDS facility that conducts many clinical trials.
Luckily we found housing that is only about 3 blocks away from the campus so traveling should be a breeze. Thank you AirBNB. Our host seems incredibly nice and has offered to take us around on a tour and even help us set up things to do on the weekends.
We will also be ...
We start out the day with sunshine after a night of rain. It is a beautiful day for traveling and we are looking forward to seeing our friends in Iowa again. About five hours on the road makes for a simple drive again today. About 40 miles from our destination my tire pressure monitor starts beeping and I have 50lbs of air in the back right ...
... paper! There were two cars that opened in the front! They were too little for me though!
Several car dealers were present with new cars to look at and sit in which of course I enjoyed – a lot! I did not find a car that I liked more than the one I have waiting for me at home so that was a relief!
This entry is out of order because I forgot that I hadn't sent it out yet so enjoy or delete or ...
Seth- So, we stayed in Des Moines. Sleeping in a hotel was incredible after all of the driving/camping. A shower, a bed, a coffee maker... Heaven. We watched some TV, got some sleep behind some blackout curtains, and woke up refreshed. We decided to stay until checkout and then get lunch in Des ...
... they are trying to be polite to people who clearly do not belong. We definitely had the "Children of the Corn" vibe, but we were hungry, so we are anyway. As it turns out, the colony was a commune. The restaurant was their old community eating hall (where people were given 15 minutes to eat in silence. Men at one table, women and children at another.) that they converted when they started letting outsiders come visit in the ...