Days Inn Missouri Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cafe. The lady owner appraised us, and when asked for directions to the restroom said "... and don't pee in the sink." An inauspicious introduction you will agree, but lunch was good, and as we swapped yarns she told us how her husband had died of cancer in May, and how running the cafe had kept her going through the grieving process. Her account painted a picture of small town America suffering from the farming crisis, and this ...
Seriously, Normal is the name of the town in Illinois where we will be tonight. We started out in Council Bluffs, Iowa on the western border of Iowa. Today's goal is to get to Normal, Illinois where Ruby's friend Jaimie lives. It had rained during the night and this morning there was a mist, not unlike the kind we have throughout the winter in ...
... there is no way that Alex will ever even contemplate smoking or being friends with people who do.
After fueling up the plane, saying goodbye to the staff and airport dog, Mila, we hopped in the plane and took off. We were back to our routine of climbing through dense haze and trying to stay above a thin cloud layer. Looking at the datalink weather, it appeared that the storms over Omaha had blown through to the East, which let us slip ...
... Harley stores was called the Big Barn, it was pretty cool and the best part was that it was next door to a BBQ place. The food was good.
In Des Moines we got off the freeway - yea! We took Hwy 44 to Missouri Valley, IA, where we stayed. We tried a motel and found out that it was totally booked, the lady suggested a few others and to not stay ...
From Burlington, IA, our goals for the day are to visit the Amana Colonies and then make our way across Iowa to meet Alan (Kent’s Brother) and Jean. We plugged “Amana” into the GPS and were on our way. We were told by Ms GPS to turned onto a gravel road; and, being compliant, we did so. After 4 miles on this dusty, gravel road, in the middle of nowhere, the GPS declared that we were at our destination. ...