Value Place Omaha, Nebraska (Council Bluffs, IA)
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... up the big hill for views.
Not one museum. (I'm not really a fan of them anyway. Time-suckers).
We were great in Bariloche - we went to Cerro Otto which we skipped last time and also re-visited Cerro Campanario and hiked it both ways - because we forgot to bring money for the chair lifts! We couldn't even buy a beer with the empanadas.
Immediately Nick wants to dive in and lease a new car. Impreza 5 door or Honda Fit? Really tough decision.
I enjoyed driving through Wisconsin over hitting Illinois and the multiple tolls. I took 94 out past Madison, then went south. Saw adverts for House on the Rock and Cave of the Mounds. :( No more for me.
I turned southwest and suddenly hit Dubuque! I had previously been there with my family maybe more than five years ago? It looked familiar, saw the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium (which was really quite cool), and the ...
... big problem - there were no seats next to each other for the 9.5 hour flight. The ones available were for purchase - $118 dollars a piece. I almost broke down in tears.
I spent so much time researching flights to save 200 just to have it go to waste on seating.
I debated that perhaps some people would let us change seats. I implored Nick to call the customer service. He got an automaton who ...
... featured a look at all the volunteer tasks to be done. Sign-up sheets filled fast!
The second session of the Open House was held the following morning, with hot coffee, breakfast nibbles and lots of camaraderie.
The campaign is active! Full speed ahead!
... to the top, after some discussion about the pod size and claustrophobia. Warning: the pods are quite small. The viewing area at the top was crowded with tourists, but we managed to get a nice view of downtown St. Louis and the river.
We went on out way through Missouri and on up into Iowa. The countryside was lovely, with rolling hills and endless fields.