Super 8 Algona

Address: 210 E. Norwood Dr., Algona, Iowa, 50511, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 210 E. Norwood Dr., Algona, is near Algona P.W. Camp Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Algona

    And so began the repairs.....

    A travel blog entry by jpandpa on Sep 03, 2012

    ... replace refrigerator part that broke, fix auto-leveler that did not work properly, and a few other items. Oh, and replace the windshield that had not one, but two, rock chips in it. Got one entering North Dakota and one leaving North Dakota. Hint: stay out of North Dakota.

    We were there 19 days and said that was enough. We needed to be in Ohio by the 14th to attend an OSU football game. And we had had enough of Iowa by then.

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    Ed's Birthday

    A travel blog entry by tricruiser on May 11, 2012

    10 comments, 2 photos

    ... same building. The guy wasn't busy and set about to find our problem. He couldn't find an obvious problem even though he repeatedly tried. He and Ed decided to put on the new spare. He did not reattach the air valve extender because he felt it might be slowly leaking. He was very nice and only charged $20. We could have had a true catastrophe if we had not stopped and if we had not pulled into that exact location. I ...

    Here we go!

    A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on May 13, 2011

    3 photos

    ... had to put on a harness and get hooked into the course safety device, and then you could go through all of these obstacles (swinging ropes, bouncy steps, tightropes, and much more). There were four 'floors' of obstacles. It was a bit scary at points, but also really fun. It was really neat that we got to go to MOA for a couple of hours - we hadn't planned on doing that.

    Once back at the airport(and bringing back some lunch for ...

    Memory Lane

    A travel blog entry by homeport on Jul 19, 2010

    10 photos

    ... see in every direction. We stayed with an old family friend in the hometown of Susan’s father and grandparents. We were fortunate enough to have the local school principal tour us through Otto B Laing Middle School, which was named after Susan’s grandfather. He had been a teacher, principal and superintendent for 40 years. It was built in the 30’s and had lovely wooden doors, granite style floors, lighting fixtures of that era and wooden floors in ...

    Des Moines, IA and Algona, IA

    A travel blog entry by rafiandtianna on Oct 19, 2009

    6 photos

    ... time of noon and most of the hotels we have been at have a 11 o'clock check out. We were on the road by 11 anyway and ready to go. Today for lunch we got Fizoli's which as many of you know is not longer in the twin cities area so that was a little treat. We drove for a short three hours to Algona, IA and checked into a hotel that finally has an HDTV, Yay!! So we could finally plug in the PS3 and watch a movie.

    We had a show at ...