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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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What a crazy busy day! We spent our last day in Minneapolis at the Mall of America.This place is HUGE! There are over 520 stores, an amusement park and an aquarium - and that is just the start! Of course most of our day was spent in the amusement park area, the Nickelodeon Universe. That place has some crazy rides! I asked all three girls at the end of the day and ...
Blue sky again. Mike and John left this morning at 5:15 for Mike wallet. We were on the road by 7:15 looking for gas. It ended up going 50 miles. We had breakfast in the same town. We ran into some guys on motorcycle from Kentucky heading for Alaska. They said they would be gone 2.5 months. We did not stop for lunch today. Our travel brought us to the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center in Souix City around 2pm. I try a couple of times to call Mike but ...
Well, this day started a tad bit different. A 2:30am I went to the car to try and get some sleep. The noises in the tent were hindering my ability to do that. As a result I got up a little later than was expected. The camping gear was all ready to go except the shell of the tent and my stuff in the tent. My alarm was the car beeping, unlocking and the trunk popping. We had a discussion about ...
We sadly left Jeff today and headed on our way towards George (Sudenga). It was abit of a struggle for both of us today as we were tired. Gary drove the first shift and just 15 minutes down the road we were diverted to another road due to a accident on the motorway. We had no idea we were going but followed a truck as we knew he would know where to go. Eventually we made it back to the motorway after half an hour. Just when we were ...
After a motel breakfast we drove south to Le Mars, again. After driving all around town a hill top view of Iowa corn fields being readied for planting needed to have it's picture taken. Then off to the museum in Le Mars. This is no small museum! It is a three story brick building covering almost a square block. Every room had some kind of exhibit, trucks, tractors, a whole dinner, kitchens from 100, ...