Crowne Plaza Cedar Rapids
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and vegetables.
There is a Tanger Outlet Mall one exit down the road so we spent some time there too. Getting there was the issue. All the roads are under construction so we had to wait several times. It was nice to spend a leisure day just relaxing. On our way on I-80 we see replacement blades for the wind turbines being transported via truck. they are long and need an ...
... more than crossing it. We headed for the famous ‘Launching Pad Diner,’ which our guidebook said had been operating continuously since 1954. Sadly no more – it closed this year and is up for sale. But the old green giant standing outside is still there; one of many which used to stand along the Route 66. He provided a photogenic backdrop, but we had to take lunch in AJ’s diner up the road. It was traditional ...
... stopping today but will in Hammond Indiana.
Today is another windmill day. Seem like there are more and more as we move along. Must say it does not make for a great view. We find it interesting that many are not running. The temperature is rising so we have to turn on the generator so we can run the rooftop AC. That's better. After lunch we run into increasing winds. Not quite like riding a bucking bronco, but close. Wind does play games with a motor ...
Yesterday, Mike turned 65. He is officially a Senior Citizen. It's hard to believe it was all those years ago, we were just a couple of kids, going to the dance at the Pine Grove Pavilion in Portsmouth. Now, here we are, closing in on the first major destination of our journey, Yellowstone National Park. Tomorrow we pull out and head towards Lincoln, Nebraska. ...
... very accommodating and Fox got the whole fluff and puff treatment.
On our way back to Amana, we came to some unscientific, but obvious conclusions. Nine out of ten vehicles we passed were pickup trucks. Two out of five roads we drove on were unpaved and dusty.
No matter where you look, there's a corn field.
Bye for now and stay ...