Iowa continues to surprise people when they visit. I have been on a book tour of the state of Iowa for my book, 100 Things To Do In Iowa Before You Die. Many people comment on how beautiful our state is- I agree 10/10! My friend Erin of the popular Iowa blog, Des Moines Parent wrote the book 100 Things To Do In Des Moines Before You Die. The book is out and you can get your copy now! Here is some of what you can expect to learn about Des Moines in this book.
Beautiful Parks Jester Park is featured in the book. A nature center, camping, and outdoor adventures await you at this incredible Iowa park. Did you know that Lauridsen Skate Park, the largest open skate park in the nation is also in Des Moines? Erin features this outdoor area, along with others in the book.
Did you know that you can indulge in a pie flight at Home Slice Homemade Pies in Des Moines? This in itself, is reason to visit this fun city in central Iowa. This is one of several foodie experiences you can learn about in 100 Things To Do In Des Moines Before You Die.
Unique Dining Experiences
Another fun fact that Erin has shared on her book tour of 100 Things To Do In Des Moines Before You Die is The Surety Hotel. This building is unique. It was built in 1913, the Midland Building, The Surety Hotel former name, and it was the tallest building in the state of Iowa. Today you can enjoy live music with a fun patio night. Who doesn’t love music and outdoor dining, with a hotel room steps away? The Surety Hotel has you covered.
No matter how you decide to spend your time exploring Iowa’s Capital City, 100 Things To Do In Des Moines Before You Die will keep you busy. Well done, Erin Huiatt- your book is a winner!
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