Stoney Creek Inn - Sioux City
Travel Blogs from Sioux City
... ourselves out getting in & out of the car to take pictures. We had a buffalo dog at a ConocoPhillips station before we got on I90 and headed for Sioux Falls, SD. Half way across So. Dakota it started raining. I do not know quite where cuz I was sleeping and Linda was at the wheel. Near Sioux Falls we went south on US 29 and headed south to LeMars, IA for a motel, dinner and dessert at ...
... somewhat less enthusiastic due to time constraints. Andy's plan of getting everyone drunk enough on mojitos to consent to the excursion failed. It was suggested that Andy swim for it. But the 4+ knot current of the Missouri river seemed a scooch daunting, and Andy certainly had not had enough mojitos to make the attempt.
In a compromise, Tom took the slight detour to get to Nebraska, and at ...
For anyone not watching, the Costa Concordia is now upright thanks to an expert salvage operation.
Just wanted to give a shout and hearty congratulations to everyone involved.
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and be awed by technology. Or scared... I tried another app first, and it showed not only my location, but my calls, and even the contents of my text messages. I decided that was just a little TMI for y'all, so I uninstalled that one.
... for a long day, ended up in Sioux City for the night. On the way we placed through the town John Wayne was born in and Metropolis with a giant statue of Superman. So many things it would be nice to stop at, but you would need 2 years not 3 months. Lotto win needed, please. On the way to Sioux City we stopped at a place called Mitchell, must be a great place (that's my maiden name). Had an awesome cob of corn at the Corn Palace, only one in the world. I wonder ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center