Fairfield Inn & Suites Des Moines Airport
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... I had a king bed with pullout couch because Marriott's website said it slept 4. It was a huge, new room. However, there was no couch and no other rooms available. I had to get several blankets and comforters, so the kids could sleep on the floor.
... pounds of mail from the eastern terminus in St. Joseph, MO, across the dangerous West to California's Central Valley. It was good to stretch out. On the way out of town we stopped at Runza's for a good greasy burger. This fueled us for some more miles of Nebraska blankness. Usually I don't have issues with driving across such distances (I have attention surplus disorder), but my leg was hurting and it felt like we weren't getting anywhere. We passed Grand ...
... for a while and then we all had dinner across the street at Perkins. I wasn't sure how it would feel since we hadn't really hung out since our high school days, but it felt just as comfortable as the old days, and funny to recall some of those small town summer memories.
It turned out to be a really great last stop. Not many days before we were feeling pretty wore down from the truck problems, and ...
No wonder dad sent me down the lonely roads of America....highway 80 is
REALLY BORING!!!!! Nothing but cornfields, beef that goes to McDonald's, wide
truck loads, pro-life signs and some country music to keep me entertained and
giggling across the heartland to my next ...
... Three years ago, I met some local soccer fans here in Des Moines and a few of them that had been to previous World Cups. I had always been a soccer fan, and really got more into the sport in the past ten years thanks in part to my wacky work schedule where I am working from 4pm-noon on various days of the week. There were only so many infomercials one could watch, and I found myself watching more and more of the EPL on TV and online. Long ...
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