DoubleTree by Hilton Des Moines Airport
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... in the 50 amp lot which luckily also had a 30 amp plug, phew! [Interesting fact, a lot of the smaller state parks have a self registration where you put money in an envelope and reserve your own spot.] The last hiccup was water....we couldn't find anywhere to fill up, but improvised a bit with a spigot in the field in the middle of the campground to fill our RV. After all that at the end of a 4 hr drive, it felt good to finally get ...
... showed us their jewelry repair shop that they own before our departure to Omaha, Nebraska.
It is hard to see the hills on the pictures I took..
The question we were asked the most often in Iowa probably was "have you heard of RAGBRAI?". It's an annual bicycle ride from the Missouri to the Mississippi river, across the state of Iowa. It attracts 10 to 20 thousand people each year.
Another thing, several people said that Marie's picked up my accent hehe
We've been back a couple of days now and are starting to get reoriented to the time difference. Trying to stay awake past 8 P.M. is still a challenge--it still feels like 2 A.M. There isn't a lot to say about the trip back. We got to the airport early and had no trouble getting our boarding passes and going through Customs there. The flight was delayed about an hour but we got to Chicago in plenty of time to clear Immigration and ...
... states and even in different towns. We have noticed that most people are very house proud and have lovely flowers and lawns.
We are mainly driving on coy. We like the back roads.
We now arrived at the Bridges of Madison County. The town is Winterset but no sign of Clint or Meryl. We did see the bridges and the ironing board that Meryl used and Linton sat on the stool where Clint sat in the Northside Cafe, both in character and out - we were told. A really nice ...
We departed Wichita this morning continuing north on Interstate 35 towards Kansas City and eventually arrived to Iowa for my first ever visit to the Hawkeye State as it's known. But I soon found that it is really all about the corn here: miles and miles of perfectly laid out cornfields in a beautiful deep green color - very pleasing to see driving down the road at 75 MPH.
We arrived in West Des Moines about 5pm to ...