Motel 60 and Villa

Address: 117 N 18th St, Centerville, Iowa, 52544 , United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 117 N 18th St, Centerville.
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Travel Blogs from Centerville

Back to the Gypsy that I was

A travel blog entry by soppe on Dec 28, 2014

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... at Casey's Pizza for gas and while waiting at the counter inside, I noticed that the man in front of me was purchasing two items: Busch Light and whole milk. On a Sunday. Iowa.

All told, when I arrived in Fort Madison, I arrived refreshed and renewed - ready to get back out on the road. Ready for the adventures and the surprises. Eager to find a way to do this always. Eager to find my gypsy.


Chariton, Iowa

A travel blog entry by ecks-adventures on Oct 16, 2012

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As we left Gordon & Regina's, we were heading northwest towards Minneapolis, via Chicago, when Annie contacted us and said her family had the flu in Minneapolis, so we might want to reconsider visiting them on this trip. :-( Very sorry to miss you guys this time.

So we contacted Bob & Marilyn ...

All about Laura

A travel blog entry by susunk on Jul 02, 2012

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Today was all about Mansfield. After a nice breakfast we drove into town. First stop was the cemetery where Laura, Almanzo and Rose were buried. My heart was touched to think they were really there. Not some fictional characters but real people who lived real lives with all the struggles and joys. I wanted to leave something so we rummaged through the car and settled on one of our citron candles. It wasnt much. It just felt like a ...

Way off schedule and still no Laura

A travel blog entry by susunk on Jun 29, 2012

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... have drinks. They also had clothes....oh yes we were way off schedule.

So the very impressive Iowa state capitol in Des Moines, which is large, we saw but were too late to go inside. And the whole reason for coming this far east - the Living History Farm- we definitely had to take off the plan.

But the drive east was salvaged somewhat, as we were able to ...

Historical Loveland Castle

A travel blog entry by pit_bull_mutter on Jul 18, 2011

... through the gate there were two lawn chairs beside of it. Walking up, we noticed a gas grill sitting out in the garden area for all to see. Before you could get through the front door, you could smell cigarette smoke and heard a dog barking and whining. As my husband handed him the money, the "owner" took a phone call and started talking in between the call and my husband. When I walked in, the guy pointed ...