Quality Inn & Suites Decorah
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Decorah
... There is a trail called the Root River State Trail that comes right through the area, so lots of people were there with their bikes. The restaurant is a huge white barn with tons of artifacts inside, and fantastic food, so we really lucked out. We met a couple at the campsite next to us and had supper with them - a really nice night out.
... as we passed the hours. We then saw a sign for the home of the Jolly Green Giant. We just had to stop in Blue Earth, Minnesota to see the 55 foot tall statue of the big guy. We stopped at a small dairy that promised ice cream and cheese but were sorely disappointed they had no ice cream at all in the case and only some cheese curds and farmers cheese. We left with a small bag of fresh cheese curd - dill and garlic flavored, ...
... known as an outdoor sport destination. Knowing the storms were approaching we managed to get a walk along the trail, dinner and be back at our B&B before they hit. The B&B we stayed at is a large historic old house that even served as a small hospital in a bygone era. The rocking chairs on the porch were a great spot to wait for the approaching storms before we retreated to the creaky old ...
... I had their chicken noodle soup, Classic Mac and chicken, and Chateau Ste. Michelle Riesling. On the way back to my gate, I grabbed a Caribou campfire mocha, my fav. My hair was driving me crazy and I realized I didn't pack a hairband. I couldn't find any at the convenience stores and I refused to buy a scrunchie. I did buy a little emergency kit and some gum. It had a safety pin the I used to get a couple splinters out of my knuckle (no idea where those came from). ...
... pictures of farms, corn, soybean and wind fields. I was not even tempted. WI was at least rolling farmland, MN is flat!
Lucky we did not fall asleep, which was only due to the concrete highway. Thump, thump, thump. Tomorrow we will drive through town to see the Corn Palace and head to the Bad Lands National Park. And then the FUN begins ...