Oskaloosa Super 8 Motel

Address: 306 S. 17th St., Oskaloosa, Iowa, 52577, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 306 S. 17th St., Oskaloosa, is near Shady Oaks Golf Course.
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      From Nevada to Brooklyn

      A travel blog entry by nosleeptilbklyn on Aug 23, 2013

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      Today we got in the car and drove to Nevada... Iowa! I took a long nap and that felt so good. Then we arrived in Brooklyn... Iowa! We said we all wished it was home but that washed away when we started eating at the "classic" deli. Emma and I had a make your own sand witches with turkey pickles and mozzarella for Emma ...

      Underwood to Brooklyn Iowa

      A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Jun 21, 2013

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      ... we thought it was going to be just like Solvang, CA, and it wasn’t. There was one windmill and further down the road was a modern museum with Danish History. We really enjoyed the drive and visit to the museum. I was happy to read that when the early Danish migrated here they quickly acclimated themselves into the American culture, their new homeland. Learned the language, boys joined the military, and parents taught the children to ...

      Windmills of Iowa

      A travel blog entry by avpadventure on May 09, 2013

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      This was an instance of the accidental tourist. It was nearly noon and we were
      driving thru the Iowa
      farm country. There are no turnpike type rest areas so we exited at the next town
      to find a place to stop and fix lunch. It was like we took the exit to the Netherlands.
      This was a beautiful manicured community of tulips and windmills. Old historic
      buildings with pristine glass windows. No doubt those beautiful impact windows
      came from the Pella ...

      Pella - a little bit of Holland

      A travel blog entry by ecks-adventures on Oct 18, 2012

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      Marilyn & Bob suggested we pay a visit to Pella, IA where there are a number of interesting things to see. We visited the Heritage Museum, which had a Civil War exhibit that was quite interesting and contained some tragic stories about what happened to some of the Iowa recruits. We also went to a Lacery, to look at the Dutch made laces. We had lunch at Jimmy ...

      The Depature of Vicki and Barb

      A travel blog entry by bird883 on Feb 06, 2012

      3 comments

      ... to wake her cousin Barb. At first it wasn't so bad. But the attempts to wake Barb became more often and forceful. But Barb wouldn't remain awake for more than 30 seconds or so. Vicki insisted the cause of this sleepiness was the bi-polar medicine the doctor prescribed. I was leaning towards an overdose of something or just a really bad mixture of meds.

      Vicki was nagging on Barb for something almost constantly. She wanted Barb to eat something but Barb wasn't ...