Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Newton
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... on the way back. No school affiliation, just sightseeing for 10 days in Rome, Florence and Venice. I am very much looking forward to wine and Italian food and not so much looking forward to seeing the scale when I arrive back in the US. But, I will cross that bridge when I get to it.
More to come as we progress in our travels. If you have a free weekend and would like to come visit, just let me know!
... I start pulling over and then it is down to 30. I pulled over just has it hit 11 lbs.. About 1 toot between me and the road. Good thing it is a right tire. Also very glad the hydraulics lifted the camper and the tire is changed in about 20 minutes. Had it been the left tire it might have been a AAA call. It is now on to a good time with ...
... paper! There were two cars that opened in the front! They were too little for me though!
Several car dealers were present with new cars to look at and sit in which of course I enjoyed – a lot! I did not find a car that I liked more than the one I have waiting for me at home so that was a relief!
This entry is out of order because I forgot that I hadn't sent it out yet so enjoy or delete or ...
... great) grandparents’ old homesteads, and graveyards. Tour guide,
brother Wilbur provided transportation and commentary. In Iowa Falls, we enjoyed pork tenderloin sandwiches and malteds in the 100-year successful Princess Café and Pizzeria, which features the longest soda fountain (made of Italian marble!) in the United States!
some places can only be found in one’s memory, they are gone ...
... all kinds of space between sites and big fields for kids to play in. And it does overlook the Des Moines River... from way up on a cliff. They have chairs out for people to watch the sunset over the river. Within 10 minutes of getting into our spot, two of the owners came by to welcome us and to ask us all kinds of questions about where we were from and where we were headed...very friendly folks. The lady in the office must have called them as ...