Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Winona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... stop at the Nat. Eagle Center. We missed the show the room was full. So we talked with one of the eagle handlers and she gave us some good information. We were full from breakfast so we travel on to Winona and cross over to the Wisc. side to finish are drive at La Crosse. The American Best Value Motel for a night sleep. The weather for driving was great. The scenery and back roads we drove on were really good. We Drove 175 miles ...
Today was a light driving day, because we woke up across the street from the National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, IA. Though there was some commonality with the bikes of the Barber Motorsports Museum, the National Motorcycle Museum tended to have many more unrestored bikes, some interesting early chopper designs, and a number of motorcycle oddities including the legendary Gelbke Roadog. The layout wasn't as dramatic as ...
We ARE on our way home! At 9,888 miles since April 1st, we've crossed the Mississippi heading back east! Added one more state to our list- we are in Wisconsin. We had a great tour guide today for Minneapolis and St. Paul. Following our breakfast at Mickey's, we drove down the famed Summit Avenue and gawked at the homes! Each one was impressive ( do I keep repeating that word?!), and Ed wondered how they ...
... local made WI cheese. Again, soooo tasty. I even got some more cheese curds! God bless them. Nelson Creamery is known for their garlic cheddar cheese curds. Again, go to their website and have some cheese sent to you. No, I'm not bringing back cheese or pie for you. If you send me money for cheese or pie I will buy it and eat it on the road. :) I don't have room in CC for everyone's cheese and pie!
Still had ...
... we reunited with the great transcontinental I-90 after 24 hours apart. We headed into the area called the Driftless a Region because in the last Ice Age , glaciers failed to scour the land into the characteristic flatness that dominates the Midwest. The land is full of hills and huge sandstone monoliths. We stopped at one that we usually drive by. We discovered it is called Castle Rock and had a wayside (complete with a napping hippie) and trail around it . ...