Crowne Plaza Cedar Rapids
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to a local restaurant for dinner....mexican. Woke early this morning and used Yelp to find a local owned coffee house, Reid's Beans. They hooked me up with a large carafe of coffee and two poached eggs over salmon over goat cheese on sourdough bread. Loved it. She inquired about my plans for the day. Hoover being the one and only tourist destination, she quickly informed me that we owe the standardization of light ...
Amana RV Park and Event Center is a large park with over 400 plus sites. There is a rally for New Horizon, a 5th wheel manufacturer from Kansas next week so many are here early to get a good spot.
The Amana Furniture and Clock factory was one of my favorite stops. The quality of craftsmanship is very evident and we watched several men working on furniture from a viewing ...
... punch when he knows that the fight is lost, so the storm managed to muster a few black clouds or two and the occasional brief shower. But ultimately it failed to spoil our day and our waterproofs were not required – hurrah!
Our first move was to ‘do’ a bit of the old Route 66. The ‘Mother Road’ runs north to south at this point and since we are heading west we were not going to be doing much ...
... weather forecast is not too good as storms are predicted along our path.
Our destination is Amana Colonies in Amana, IA. This is an historic German town that we stopped briefly on our trip to Alaska in 2012. The town closes up at 5:00 pm so we decided to come back and stay a few nights to check it out. More tomorrow on our venture into town.
I have included a short video of what we see as we head down the road. Enjoy.
We enjoyed our stay here, although the days were hot, humid and lazy, but quietly relaxing. One of my favorite pastimes was watching Fox try to catch a ground squirrel. Just like the corn fields, where ever you look, you see these little varmints. The holes to their burrows are everywhere, about the size of a golf ball and hidden in the grass. ...