Supertel Inn and Conference Center
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Supertel Inn and Conference Center Creston
Travel Blogs from Creston
... your tractor lights at night shining maybe 50 feet in front of you to see. Now which way to home or where did the combine go or I don't remember that terrace being there. Hope you enjoy the beautiful sunsets I was able to capture. Next week we might start on corn which you can catch that from last years ...
... Met a real character of a lady who was 103. I had tried to open the door to the jewellery store but being an old building the door was stuck and the jeweller had to open the door but this good deed resulted with meeting this fascinating woman who told us her life story and then we stayed chatting to the jeweller who was also an interesting much younger woman. I really think we need 5 years here to see all we want to and to talk to all the interesting people we meet.
... once we reached western Iowa. Plenty of rolling hills and great scenery. We also stopped in the Loess Hills Visitor's Center and talked to a nice old lady behind the front desk, who seemed thrilled just to have visitors.
Lunch included the “Old Home Fill-er Up and Keep on Trucking Cafe” in the metropilos of Pisgah, Iowa (population 245) made famous by a C.W. McCall song. I had to look up the song, but the prime rib sandwich was the real ...
... have a variety of menu options that are what I call home cooking. There are pros and cons of this new restaurant. Dinners on the menu include two sides and a drink and they tell you the whole price for the meal compared to being at other locations where you may have to do some budgeting. Lunch menu items come with a sandwich and two sides. They run about $7.00. Dinner menu items come two sides, salad, and roll for about $13+. They also offer ...
... spot any deer in those woods. They are hard to spot because they blend in so well. Sure enough, about ¾ mile down the track I spotted a big buck. I hope he got away.
There seem to be more critters that wander onto the tracks along here. Occasionally you get that nasty, smoky smell that makes its way up into the passenger area from animals that get pulled up into the wheels and undercarriage of the train and I guess the friction of the wheels ...