Days Inn And Suites Columbus East
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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Thursday morning, the Clarion hotel in Iowa City, and it's cold - 40 oF. Well wrapped up, we set off for Omaha, Nebraska, riding route 6 once again. We rode through downland terrain, under a pleated cotton wool-like canopy of grey and white stratocumulus clouds that kept the temperature below 50 oF. It was easy riding, though hot chocolate or coffee were the order of the day when we took our breaks.
Our lunch stop was at Dexter, Iowa, at ...
... to retrieve our luggage from Houston, but we were told the luggage had already been sent out. Come to find out, this was a lie. Our luggage was still in Houston, according to the baggage tracker. After making a late night WalMart run for everything we needed to get by, we stayed overnight in Sugar Land. Tuesday morning, we decided to rent a car to get back to Columbus faster. We left around 10:30 AM in the car and drove until Broken Arrow, ...
... the whole time change thing... Hello, jet lag...) I'm sure this will be a great experience. I really am thankful for the wonderful, generous people that have made my wish come true. This is completely surreal. It really restores my faith in humanity.
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... give everyone just a taste of the places I will go, possibly to encourage you to sometime make a trip to a place you've been dying to see. Yours truly, Stephanie (P.S. - I don't really know how this program works, so you'll have to bear with me as I try to figure out how to post pictures and ...
... fields, and flat. Despite getting a bit lost and becoming increasingly tired of being on the road, we journeyed on - being pulled forward by the memory of our father and the desire to bring him home.
Our dad grew up in a small town called Columbus. Maryanne and I have not been here since we were 9 and 10 years old. Christine's last visit was with our dad about 15 years ago. It is a ...