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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a different setting. We will also have the privilege of visiting CAPRISA which is an HIV/AIDS facility that conducts many clinical trials.
Luckily we found housing that is only about 3 blocks away from the campus so traveling should be a breeze. Thank you AirBNB. Our host seems incredibly nice and has offered to take us around on a tour and even help us set up things to do on the weekends.
We will also be ...
We start out the day with sunshine after a night of rain. It is a beautiful day for traveling and we are looking forward to seeing our friends in Iowa again. About five hours on the road makes for a simple drive again today. About 40 miles from our destination my tire pressure monitor starts beeping and I have 50lbs of air in the back right ...
... d’Elegance vintage car show. It was very big, spread out over several blocks with cars ranging from very early ones up to the present. There were cars I’d never even seen or heard of. Motorcycles were also represented as well as some tricycles! All the vehicles had been rebuilt and were clean and shiny. We had fun walking through all of them. There was even an early plumbing truck complete with its ...
... in-law Pat, and nephew Jeff’s girlfriend, Sue. The
cousins had not seen each other for 18 years! We enjoyed sharing Bobbi’s mom’s 40’s and 50’s photos, which Skip had scanned into the computer. What memories! Archie grilled burgers and everyone enjoyed the BEST Iowa sweet corn we have ever had! We spent our last day in the Marshalltown area on a sentimental journey touring Bobbi’s hometowns and haunts of ...
... to complete some bridge work along the way, so twice we had to navigate a walkway to get around some construction.
Alden was the big meeting town, and the choice of pies there was outstanding (although they were sold out of Mud Pies and Cow Pies). We eventually agreed that the cherry pie of the Methodist ladies from Iowa City was the best (after a discussion about the ranking criteria for ...