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Places to stay in Iowa

Des Moines: Greater Des Moines boasts a vibrant arts scene and a collection of cultural events that invite you to explore their creative side. Cultural expression and a commitment to the arts remains an imporatant part of the city's vibrancy. With so many ways to enjoy the arts, you might want to stay an extra day or two!

Cedar Rapids: Cedar Rapids is a vibrant city, encompassing unique attractions, exciting events, specialty shopping, a dynamic arts scene, and a cosmopolitan nightlife. Whether you're a night owl, an art lover, a concert enthusiast, an avid shopper, a sports fan, or looking for family-friendly events - the Cedar Rapids area offers everything you need for a great getaway.

Dubuque: The city of Dubuque is named after Julien Dubuque, a French Canadian fur trader who settled in the area in the 178O's. Dubuque originally came to the region to engage in trade with the Mesquakie Indians who occupied the land at that time. As Dubuque befriended the Mesquakie, his attention turned from fur trading to the abundant number of plentiful lead mines that were located on their property. In 1788, after amicable negotiations, the Mesquakie granted Dubuque control of the lead mines surrounding the Dubuque area. Dubuque named this region, which is south of the present-day city of Dubuque, the Mines of Spain

Davenport: Davenport is the hub of the metropolitan Quad-Cities of Iowa. It is a place proud of its unique heritage at the crossroads of America. Geographically defined by the unusual path of the Mississippi River - the only place where the Mississippi runs from east to west - citizens like to say that the sun always shines on their city.

Council Bluffs: Council Bluffs, known until 1852 as Kanesville, Iowa — the historic starting point of the Mormon Trail and eventual northernmost anchor town of the other emigrant trails, is a city in and the county seat of Pottawattamie County, Iowa and is on the east bank of the Missouri River across from what is now the much larger city of Omaha, Nebraska. Settlers departing west into the sparsely settled unorganized parts of the Territory of Missouri to the Oregon Country and the newly conquered California Territory through the Nebraska Territory from Kanesville traveled by wagon trains along the much storied Oregon, Mormon, or California Trails into the newly expanded United States western lands — after the first large organized wagon trains left Missouri in 1841, the annual migration waves began in earnest by spring of 1843 and built up thereafter with the opening of the Mormon Trail until peaking in the later 1860s when news of railroad progress had a braking effect. By the 1860s virtually all migration wagon trains were passing near the renamed town. The wagon train trails became less important with the advent of the first complete transcontinental railway in 1869 but while trail use diminished after that, their use continued on at lesser rates until late in the nineteenth century.

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Todays featured Elkader, Iowa Motel:

Elkader Inn Motel

Our motel is located in Elkader, Iowa, in the heart of scenic Northeast Iowa. We are conveniently located on Highway 13 just north of downtown Elkader.

 

Todays featured Muscatine, Iowa Hotel:

BEST WESTERN Pearl City Inn

Step into modern luxury and exceptional service at the BEST WESTERN Pearl City Inn. Conveniently located just off of Highway 61 N, the BEST WESTERN Pearl City Inn is situated in the thriving uptown shopping district of Muscatine, just minutes away from over a dozen restaurants and several stores, making it easy to find nearly anything you could need. Our newly renovated rooms are the picture of .....

 

Todays featured Bellevue, Iowa Campsite / RV Park:

Camp Miss-elk-ton

 

Todays featured Altoona, Iowa Campsite / RV Park:

Griff's Valley View RV

 

Todays featured Moravia, Iowa Campsite / RV Park:

Honey Creek State Park

 

Todays featured Dubuque, Iowa Hotel:

The Redstone Inn And Suites

Inside this gracious Victorian Boutique Hotel you will find stained glass windows Italian tile fireplaces fabulous antiques and gleaming wood accents. Every guest room has a private bath and our 5 unique suites have over sized whirlpool baths. A full breakfast is included. Each room has computer jacks and wireless high speed DSL irons and ironing boards and hair dryers to accommodate our many .....

 

Todays featured Davenport, Iowa Campsite / RV Park:

Lakeside RV Park

 

Todays featured Shelby, Iowa Campsite / RV Park:

Shelby Country Inn & RV Park

 

Todays featured Pacific Junction, Iowa Motel:

Bluff View Motel Cafe and BP - Amaco

 

Todays featured Sloan, Iowa Hotel:

Winnavegas Hotel Resort

 

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