Quality Inn Newton

Address: 1700 West 19th Street South, Newton, Iowa, 50208, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 1700 West 19th Street South, Newton, is near Maytag Dairy Farm and International Wrestling Institute and Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Newton

    Last day....turn in motorhome and fly home

    A travel blog entry by snorthouse on Jun 04, 2015

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... br>
    We have a 5 hr flight to Minneapolis and the a 55 min flight to Des Moines. We paid for upgrade seating with more leg room......best $$$ I have spent. We had lots f eg room and each seat had a flip-up tv monitor with free movies or tv, which really made the 5 hr flight go by quickly.

    Got in Des Moines at 11:00 pm and we were home about midnight.

    What a great adventure this has been.
    ...

    Home of the Fig?

    A travel blog entry by wjmccain on May 14, 2015

    3 comments, 5 photos

    Thu, May 14, 2015

    STATS
    Departure: 8:30 AM, cdt, Grand Island, NE
    Arrival: 2:30 PM, cdt, Newton, IA
    Miles: 303.6 miles
    Travel Time: 6 hrs. driving time

    We're in Newton, Iowa.

    No, this is not where the Fig Newton is grown. (Yes, they grow on fig newton trees.) It is ...

    Day 2: 4 states, 27 degrees, many white knuckles

    A travel blog entry by freedom50plus on Feb 20, 2015

    2 comments, 8 photos

    Our day on the road started at 6:45, with 769 Kms under our belt already, in a very fresh -24 degrees Celsius. Our day entailed four states: Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Iowa including 100 Kms of the worst highway surface conditions either of us have ever endured (yes, even worse than Port Elgin Christmas of 1984 or Grand Forks, ND conference champs of 2006) and there was not even any 'active' weather. Black ice, hard packed snow and crazy drivers made the experience frightful, but ...

    Travel Day One: Part One

    A travel blog entry by loislaneofyoga on Nov 15, 2014

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... must have jumped right off the belt! Here, let me help and put it back onto the highway of never seeing luggage again," and placed it back on the belt. Thanks, American Brown Pony.

    I said to United Brown Pony, "Um, my bag is leaving." She shot after it again, rescuing my bag and placing the new ticket on it. After both bags were tagged and out of sight, she handed me four luggage tag receipts. "I only had two bags," I said. Looking confused Brown Pony took all ...

    All things Bad-ass

    A travel blog entry by jhalesworth on Oct 23, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... Ok, I was ignorant for not researching it beforehand. So, due to being completely floored with surprise, the Badlands are the most bad-ass. It was a welcome respite from the never-ending fields. Plus, it really does take forever to get here - so I'm selling to myself that the Badlands are, by and far, the best national park! All things bad-ass include: 1. The Bad-ass-lands 2. Thom Yorke 3. Sturgis, SD (motorcycles) 4. Borglum (Mount Rushmore architect). And! No one died ...