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Las mejores recomendaciones de la gente local

Desde los lugares más famosos hasta las joyas escondidas: descubre qué hace única a la ciudad con la ayuda de la gente local que mejor la conoce.

Comida
“Situated in a recently renovated historic brewery, you can sit right by the river and enjoy wine and snacks. Don't miss the movie memorabilia from movies filmed in Dubuque. www.stonecliffwinery.com”
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Tienda de bagels
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“One block away! Great place for breakfast and coffee. They have WiFi also.”
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Parque
“Beautiful views of the Mississippi and the lock and dam. Must see! You might also get luck and see eagles. Take some cash as it cost $1 or $2 to enter. www.cityofdubuque.org/573/Eagle-Point-Park”
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Point of Interest
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Convention Center
“They offer painting classes and wine. Lots of wine. So bring some friends and start your night out right here! ”
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Cafetería
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“This is the closest Starbucks to our location, and it is located inside the Hy-Vee grocery store. If you are there in the morning the ladies will take great care of you! ”
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Restaurante asiático
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Parque
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Restaurante
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Amusement Park
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Bar
“Great breakfast on the weekends and lunch during the week! Dinner is great any day of the week.”
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Pharmacy
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Night Club
“Amazing venue with big-name acts. Check out their website for specific schedule of events and entertainment. ”
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Parque
“ This area is important historically in the Indian-French fur trading culture and the first record of lead mining by a French trader, Nicholas Perrot, in 1690. In 1788 Julien Dubuque was granted rights by the Mesquakie Indians to mine their land for lead. Dubuque settled close to the village of Kettle Chief just south of where the Julien Dubuque Monument now stands. It was here that Dubuque founded the first Euro-American settlement in what is now Iowa. ”
  • Recomendado por 2 habitantes locales