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Days Inn - Coralville
205 2 Nd Street Sw 52241 Coralville USA
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Description Days Inn - Coralville
The Days Inn Coralville is located off U.S. Highway 6 close to Interstate 80 just one mile from University of Iowa and University of Iowa Hospital. The hotel is 20 miles from Amana Colonies, a National Historic Landmark comprising seven villages founded nearly 150 years ago and Kalona, the Quilt Capital of Iowa. Golf and shopping are also nearby. This Days Inn features complimentary continental breakfasts and complimentary shuttles to the university and the hospital. All guestrooms have cable televisions and most have microwave ovens and refrigerators.
The Ambler's - Becker's Texaco Service Station dates back to 1933 and served the travellers on the Route 66. Later on it became the Marathon Oil Station and under this name has served customers until 1998.
In the meantime the building has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places and restored to the way it would have looked during the 1940's.
The building serves now as a Route 66 welcome and information center.
Ambler's - Becker's Texaco Service Station is part of the Historic Route 66 tour.
The Danish Windmill Museum
Located in the largest Danish community in the United States, Elk Horn, Iowa the Danish Windmill is the only working windmill in the United States. It was originally built and used in Norre Snede, Denmark in 1848.
A group of citizens of Elk Horn wanted to bring a windmill to Elk Horn and found this one which was being used to generate electricity in 1975. They arranged for Danish craftsmen to disassemble and carefully mark the parts. They were then shipped to Elk Horn arriving in November of 1975. There they were carefully reassembled over the course of 1976 to its current working condition with a stone mill and wooded gears.
There is a gift shop, which is free to enter but a tour of the building costs $2. The hours of operation is Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with Sunday hours 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. The windmill is located in the center of town. It is open every day of the year except Christmas and New Years Day.
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