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Travel Blogs from Dubuque
... We found my bag and I got to cuddle my puppies. We headed to the car to take Kyle home.
Kyle and Dad opened their gifts from me in the car because I didn't know which one was which, so they just opened them. We dropped Kyle off at about 1am and headed home. I was so tired that I slept with my head in the dog bed all the way home. Mom was trying to talk to me, but that just wasn't working because my brain was too tired to function.
... river. Lovely rolling hills very much like at home. Still lots of corn which I've since found out is being produced for biofuel. We ended up at friends of Pete and Dens - Shiv and Shobi. They met each other on a cruise in Egypt 3 years ago. They are lovely people who live at Dubuque and it was great of them to put the 6 of us up for the night. Another late night - after going out for dinner to The Chophouse we hit the sack at 1 ...
... Even the houses in suburban areas have no fences...just open areas. But houses are so close to one another... With no backyard to speak of. Shobi and Siv were lovely people ...they put us all up overnight. We had a few drinks and then headed off to a restaurant in town. Everyone had a nice meal ..although they neglected to put my fish order in...so when everyone finished I got my meal ..but it was not fully cooked. A ...
... and it was pretty amazing stuff. Yardsticks, bottle openers, fingernail clippers, pharmacy memorabilia, tools, forks, and so much more. It was pretty awesome. He said it's neat for him to think about where all of this stuff has been and who owned it. That's exactly how I feel looking at all of the old stuff. It's why I love it so much! Now, I have a better understanding of where this love comes from.
We also watched some workers tear apart Uncle Bob and Aunt ...
... in full view.
We lunched at One Eleven Main where I had some delicious catfish. After lunch we walked around the city admiring its historical architecture, including the oldest house in Galena, Dowling House, built in 1826. A lot of buildings had faded hand painted advertisements which Kelli admired for their typography. We walked off lunch and then piled back in the car bound for Chicago. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking