Fairfield Inn Dubuque
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- High-speed internet in room
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... for years. It is 2 floors of tractors. Kevin’s version of heaven. Across the street from the museum is an Antique Plaza. Kevin’s second version of heaven. There is one tractor he has been looking for ever since he saw it for the first and only time in 1990 in Washington. Amazingly, he found it here and now he is the proud owner of the “Field of Dreams” 1/16 scale special edition John Deere. ...
... business when suddenly this roaring noise overtook us and we saw about 30 motorcycles in the next lane. We thought it was "National Motorcycle Day". Pretty soon they all turned off the highway and into a bar, at 10:30 in the morning! Well on we went for a few more miles until we came to the motorcycle museum. This is a pretty interesting place, more so for those who really like motorcycles. There may be a place to see more motorcycles, ...
... vehicle about 3 hours north just off our route so we called them, to see if they could fix us. Yes, except the windshield...so we headed that way and, en route called our insurance people to seek their help with the windshield. They were great! It won't cost us anything and we can get it fixed in Rochester, MN where we will be for about a week or so. The service place fixed our other problems plus put on the ...
We protested right alongside the NAACP in Durand, MS, targeting a school, which although legally segregated on the face of it, divided students into college tract (the white students) and work tract (the black population). It was here that I first "met" the KKK as they drove up and down the streets whistling Dixie and waving their sheets in the wind. Prior to leaving for the protest, we were ...
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When we arrived they surprised us with a wonderful gift. They gave us a great hooded jacket each. Each jacket was embroided with a picture of one of the machines used and the names of the family farms. We will wear them with most fond memories of these two wonderful people.
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