“Iowa is home to rolling hills, beautiful state parks, lush cornfields, and architecture that is unique to the state. With more than a dozen scenic highways & byways, and with 100 Things to Do in Iowa Before You Die as your guide, your next road trip will be an epic one for the record books. Did you know that you can stay in the last known hotel in the world designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in Mason City? Hop on the Historic Hills Scenic Byway in southeast Iowa and enjoy glass blowing at Bloom & Bark, LLC. Visit Effigy Mounds National Monument where you can view more than 200 prehistoric mounds built by Native Americans. Check out Pella, home to all things Dutch, including a Dutch windmill, museums, Dutch pastries, homemade chocolates, and unique shops. or international treats that strike your fancy, all four corners of Iowa have something to offer even the most seasoned traveler. Author and lifelong Iowan SaraWhether it’s views, variety stores, A visit to northeast Iowa would not be complete without a stop in Horsfall’s, a variety store that attracts visitors from hundreds of miles around. Decorah is home to Nordic Fest and all things Scandinavian. When visiting this charming community, a treat that is not to be missed is lefse, slathered in butter, sugar, and cinnamon. Experience Iowa in a day, week, month, or a lifetime. You will be greeted with friendly people and find a new experience around every corner.”
About Sara Broers
Sara Broers is a social media enthusiast that resides in North Central Iowa. She has a passion for connecting people online and offline. She shares her love of travel through social media and is passionate about the midwest. Sara is a connector and she will help you find the connections to help you grow as a person and in your business.