Oak Tree Inn Missouri Valley
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... grateful. I love my house, my dog, my car. It's good to be back.
It also makes me think about how long I'd need when revisiting a place - I'd say a full week in Argentina is fine. Two weeks and we could go to another city (Mendoza).
A week was short for Santiago/Valpo. Three days was enough for Valpo but Santiago deserves some more.
We did not get to explore the eastern part of Providencia neighborhood, didn't even touch on El Golf. Did not get ...
... episodes, not sure if I really wanted to listen to everything. I ended about 2 hours from the Iowa border and was pretty bummed. Very engrossing if you haven't listened to it yet.
I got in a lot later than I expected--almost 7:30pm. Luckily there was a Perkins like right next to the hotel so I ran over to get a salad. Meh. I had hoped that I could catch Expedition Unknown on the Travel Channel but no luck there. I fell asleep a little after 9.
... Our seats though together were against the back wall. I bought a foam pillow and it helped tremendously.
Of course I woke up about every hour to some freaky turbulence. Checking our flight path which would cycle through our scary location over ocean and time remaining to landing.
Oh and I didn't mention that Nick woke up with a cold, aches, and runny nose. So I wore a face mask on the planes!
... Rath Inn. SO, what did I do, I pulled into the Rath Inn and after I had checked in Chris asked "Why?" Old age I guess.
Our room is above the front desk. As you walk up this dimly lite stair case you see this creepy chair and plant in the corner. It just seem bizarre and made the place seem like it was right out of a horror movie. ...
... do in this situation out in the middle of nowhere? One goes to Super Walmart, of course! And that is exactly what we did. Now it is his bum that hurts, but shaving that will not help matters.
One of the really great things about traveling by motorcycle is all the people that we meet. Many of the locals will approach us to say hello or offer weather updates. The nicest elderly gent wearing a veteran's hat warned us about approaching storms from the ...