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... I have to sya that I don't remember any palaces being constructed from corn in Iowa!! I continued my 680 mile drive to Des Moines where I styaed with my Uncle Russ and Aunt Jane. We sat up for a while and caught up. ...
... strikeouts! At the age of 91 he pitched in a Hall of Fame Game! What an amazing athlete! Habitat For Humanity, Des Moines, Iowa. WOW! What an experience! First off: we, as RV Care-A-Vanners were given spaces to park our rigs in, ...
Less than one week! Less than one week until I get on that plane. Holy shit--less than one week... Crap Well, at least I have a ticket. In my last entry, you'll recall that I was nervous about getting my visa back from the Korean Consulate in ...
Hello all! OK, so I'm not in Korea anymore, as most of you know. I just got back to Des Moines after a week in San Francisco. It's been odd getting readjusted, I have to say. When I first got to SF, I kept thinking about everything ...
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4700 Grand Avenue Des Moines, Iowa, United States
This internationally acclaimed museum houses impressive works by artists of the 19th and 20th centuries, including Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe and Henri Matisse. The center, which also offers art classes, consists of three buildings, each designed by a celebrated architect: Eliel Saarinen, I.M. Pei and Richard Meier.
Des Moines, Iowa, United States
7401 S.W. Ninth St., Des Moines, Iowa, United States
A wide variety of animals are housed in natural settings at this 22-acre, relatively small zoo, dedicated to caring for the over 800 animals, educating the public about different species, and generating fun experiences for children, such as crawling through simulated prairie dog tunnels and feeding, petting and riding animals.
200 SW 2nd Street, Des Moines, Iowa, United States