Homewood Suites by Hilton Cedar Rapids North
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- Swimming pool
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... all using the name Amana and a second word. South Amana, East Amana, West Amana, North Amana, High Amana, and Middle Amana. The residents received housing, medical care, meals, schooling, etc.Jobs were assigned but no one received a wage.
We enjoyed walking the streets and looking in the shops. We had lunch in the Ox Yoke Inn and enjoyed a fine German dish of Wiener ...
... up the landscape. We passed through many little towns with grand names like Marseilles, Ottawa, Peru and Sheffield. With populations of 1015, 970 or similar. Each carried a little epithet like “Sheffield – spend a day, stay for life.” Not sure whether that was an invitation or a threat. And, Annawan, “Home of Brandon Jones, 2nd place in State U17 Long Jump 2009.” Little town America – a ...
We left Grand Island to a beautiful sunrise. Not many times do you have a great sunset and then get to see the big fireball in the East come morning. What it does tell you is we are out and on the road early. This is another day we will be logging 350 plus miles. What was a day of traveling the flat lands of Nebraska yesterday, today we are into Iowa and finding rolling hills. Seems like up and down, up and down. . . We cross the Platte River and find another ...
We enjoyed our stay here, although the days were hot, humid and lazy, but quietly relaxing. One of my favorite pastimes was watching Fox try to catch a ground squirrel. Just like the corn fields, where ever you look, you see these little varmints. The holes to their burrows are everywhere, about the size of a golf ball and hidden in the grass. ...
I'd like to forget that, although I'm retired, travel in an RV and go wherever the spirit leads us, there are still all those same old everyday things that need to be done. You know, those mundane chores that must be done at some point; cooking, cleaning, shopping, laundry, bill paying, RV and auto maintenance and on and on. There is no escaping it.