Super 8 Centerville

Address: 1021 North 18th Hwy 5 North, Centerville, Iowa, 52544, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel is located on 1021 North 18th Hwy 5 North, Centerville.
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Travel Blogs from Centerville

Sweet corn of mine - Iowa

A travel blog entry by thehales on Jul 03, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... to Americans along the way, everyone has been asking 'why on earth are you going to Iowa? Do you like corn?' Well, in actual fact we do!! When we landed in Iowa it soon became clear what they were talking about. There is endless fields of corn. We landed at 9pm Friday night after a delayed flight (which Ryan's parents were coincidentally also on) and the sun is still up - I love long summer nights. It gets me thinking about Perth voting against day light savings. Comments like ...

Wagons ho!

A travel blog entry by mbwatrous on Jul 02, 2015

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This trip starts in Indianapolis after a visit with family. We said our goodbyes around 1:00 and got on the highway, our goal being to keep driving until we had to stop for the night. We took 74 and 72 through Illinois and into Missouri. Our stops were few but one rest area in IL had a short hiking trail that led to a small pioneer ...

And the Wind Comes Sweeping Down the Plain

A travel blog entry by lacasarodante on Apr 25, 2015

5 photos

... each with a big black “NO” above the former owner’s name. The only signs of continuing life are the Community Church and a small municipal park still kept up by a civic group from a neighboring town.

As we were driving East, we were passing the same dying towns we'd seen in the West. Towns with desolate and deserted Main Streets of shuttered businesses. Did the agglomeration of agriculture by the large businesses and ...

Chariton, Iowa

A travel blog entry by ecks-adventures on Oct 16, 2012

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... there was this small town cafe - and it was packed to the seams and for very good reason. The food was excellent and oh, the home made pie was the best way to end the meal. What a wonderful old historic home they live in too - thanks Bob & Marilyn, for your wonderful & warm hospitality! :-)


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Historical Loveland Castle

A travel blog entry by pit_bull_mutter on Jul 18, 2011

... we were taking him, he told us that he was a PROFESSIONAL dog trainer and SLAMMED his card down and told us to put our dog in the car (if he was such a professional, he would have NEVER suggested putting an animal in a car in 91* weather) or that we could get off of his property and if we came back that we would be trespassing! Mind you, the WHOLE time our puppy was sitting and HIS dog/puppy (?) was barking ...