Super 8 Council Bluffs/Omaha
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... about the first hundred miles Ruby drove. The mist turned to rain and back to mist off and on during that hundred miles. We stopped just before Des Moines and then I drove til we were almost to Davenport on the eastern side of the state. We stopped at a rest area outside Iowa City. The rest areas here are really nice. They are very pretty and all ...
After we shut down at the small FBO on the north side of the field, we went inside to inquire about fuel and a bite of lunch. Although the fuel was $0.50 a gallon more expensive, the bookkeeper volunteered to let us borrow her personal van to run into town, and this without knowing anything about me - not even my name.
Alex and i drove three miles into the town of Portage, MO. WE'd been given directions to a restaurant (OK, it was ...
The camp did not go as planned last night so we turn around and stayed in Hickman. Got up at 4:00 for our Journey to Jersey Adventure to begin. The buses left about 30 minutes late and we are in route to Ohio. Since we left late we'll probably get there after 9 tonight. We are doing a personality quiz ...
... 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.
... cacti, etc. growing here.
The Jungle was everyone's favorite. There were 4 levels: ground, tree, canopy and underwater, each with a wonderful habitat for the animals involved. The trees in the jungle area were huge and some of the animals (monkeys, birds) ran around loose in there. There was a real waterfall, I don't remember how high ...
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