Anahita The Resort
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... colonies, another German religious community, but one can't do it all!)
The drive to Pella was lovely, rolling farmland (mostly corn). We were intrigued how the farmers had terraced their fields to create berms to hold the water. Once we got to Pella, Robert was like a magnet for the women. I was still in the van when I looked up to see he was already engaged in conversation with ...
... and we did a lot of walking, especially in Amana. Middle Amana has Iowa's largest rocker made of walnut. It reminded me of the rocker "Edith Ann" used to sit in. In fact they have a picture of Lilly Tomlin sitting in the chair.
After spending several hours with a German religious sect, we drove over to Kalona, IA which is an Amish/Mennonite community. Bob wanted some more bread. We walked around the small town for a bit viewing the "quilt squares" ...
... sausages etc.
After spending about 6 hours here (in a 2
hour parking zone taking up nearly 2 spaces) -but the Sheriff did wave
to us - e moved on to the Amana colonies where the only available
camping place was a commercial one but rather cheaper than most as it
was only $34 and surprise, we got a 50% discount with our Passport
America card. It was really huge but nice.
Day 52. Thursday 16 July ...
... yet. I'm sure it's coming. I am still perservating about the weight of the camper fully loaded with the mountains coming up. Logically I know it is fine but I keep talking about CAT scales. It is now a standing joke. After 32 years of marriage the things you discover. Tonight we had " the best burgers in Iowa".Well I don't know about that, but they were better because we didn't have to cook them or clean up! Makes them the Best Burgers in my ...
After 20 hours of driving we arrived in Pella Iowa at 2 PM to the great surprise of Ken Venestra. It was clear from the look of utter relief on his face that he was not sure if I was for real or not. This whole deal had been done via email and he probably thought that we were crazy. The RV was better than we expected. The opposing slideouts create a cavernous interior which is exactly what we were looking for. He was a happy man when I handed him ...