Hotel Winneshiek

104 E Water Street, Decorah, Iowa, 52101, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 104 E Water Street, Decorah, is near Vesterheim, Ice Cave, Agora, and Vanberia International Gifts.
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    Travel Blogs from Decorah

    Bluff country storms

    A travel blog entry by simon.schorn on Jun 16, 2014

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    ... 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 ...

    Winging to Atlanta

    A travel blog entry by tope on Nov 07, 2013

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    ... back to my gate and texted Sreelu. As expect, I wasn't going to see her and Nishta this trip (she's only nine days old). I ran to the bathroom and realized just before boarding that I needed to call the office about some X-ray results. That accomplished, it was time to board. My seat was 1b. They just ruled the electronic devices don't need to be shut off during take off, so I got out my laptop and my new headphones only to find the packaging is like Fort Knox. My ...

    Fields & Fields of Corn and Soybean...and Windmill

    A travel blog entry by margotsilva on Sep 17, 2013

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    Corn & Soybean & windmills......and then some more!

    We had a pleasant ride through the farm land of WI, across the Mississippi River into MN ..more really big farms, fields of corn and soybeans. Mystery Caves State Park was a nice stay; hardwoods, large sites and very clean. We visited the historic village of Forestville… ...

    Day 10 - Riding in the Woods and Bumping Mules

    A travel blog entry by byramroadtrips on Jul 12, 2013

    ... s for lunch. Jasmine broke a tail light when she backed into a gas tank, so after fessing up to Adolph she and I drove to Calmar to find replacement. When we got back we were immediately off to Jenny's to hang out by their pond. The girls swam, the adults chilled and trap shot. A great BBQ dinner of buffalo and shrimp with potatoes and salad before returning home. States Visited: Iowa Stops Made: Humpal family farm, stores in Decorah and Calmar, ...

    Day 9 - Reuniting with the Mule and Family

    A travel blog entry by byramroadtrips on Jul 11, 2013

    ... with and naming all the cats at the family farm - nice lunch made by Connie - seeing the Herold family again - playing in the church playground - seeing the Reichs family and going with them to baseball game and dinner afterwards - watching Kyle hit game winning double in his baseball game Lowlights: - ****** or non-existent Internet connection pretty much all day long - hearing that Kenny hurt ...