Des Moines Marriott Downtown
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- Refrigerator in room
- Indoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... of the condition of the on/off ramps kept us going, though slooooowly.
Other than that, I saw a car manufacturing plant in Flint with the most smoke stacks ever, I had my first crossing of the mighty Mississippi River (maybe at its most narrow point at Le Clair, IL), saw loads of farms in Iowa, drove my first two hours of the trip, and witnessed Bob master the new iExit app on my phone to find the best hotel here in the lovely Des Moines, Iowa. Oh yeah, and finished at +3 ...
... cab seat to the other, anchoring it with the arm rests for protection for Lily and didn't complain(do you belueve that?) We arrived at Lakeside Casino in Oseola, Iowa about 6:00 p.m. We had the valet service ferry us to the casino from rhe casino RV park for dinner while we turned the electric heat on in the RV. It was toasty warm when we returned. I can hardly wait to go to bed and, hopefully, not shiver the night away. Oh, elusive warmth, where are ...
- Woke Up to my car almost being towed - Argued with a gentleman that i was allowed to be there -Got in my car and peeled out -Got a speeding ticket about 3 minutes out -Started Loathing this trip -Got to Des Moines -Mother called saying there was a family emergency -Had to cut the trip short but still having all the requirements for the ...
... for emergencies but his phone had no signal. It felt like we were in a horror movie until a large pickup truck stopped by and the driver offered us a ride. His name was Trevor and he took us to his little house in the prairie. We told him the situation we were in and he offered to help us by driving to the mechanic the next day for assistance. In return, he asked ...
... the Cleveland Indians--in 1935, at the age of 16 (his father had to co-sign for him)! He remained with the Indians until his retirement. It should be noted that Bob Feller enlisted in the Navy immediately after the attack on Pearl Harbor, and did not play ball for four years! Despite the interruption, he ended up #26 on the list of pitchers with the most career strikeouts! At the age of 91 he pitched in a Hall ...