During the 2015 DockDogs World Championship and the 2016 DockDogs World Championship we stayed at the Holiday Inn Dubuque/Galena, in Dubuque, Iowa. The hotel was located directly across from the competition arena.
Our room (2015):
View from our room (2015):
Even with the hotel being under construction in some areas, the hotel was clean, and the staff was friendly!
Margarita got to stay in a hotel for the first time (the Comfort Inn, University Center) when we made a spontaneous decision to be “Sunday Spoilers” at the Celebrate Fairfax Festival dock diving competition!
Rita did SO well during her first hotel stay! She made herself right at home, and was very content.
Dock-Dogs-tired when she didn’t even dock-dog! Hahaha!
I am so proud of this little girl and how well she did!
We stayed at the Sheraton Harrisburg Hershey Hotel in Harrisburg, PA for the Keystone DockDogs End-of-Season Banquet.
This hotel had a great dog-friendly set of rooms that each had sliding glass doors that led out to a private, enclosed potty area.
We received the best gift ever this past Christmas – the Petcube camera – and used it for the first time here. We were able to attend the banquet all while keeping and eye on the pups!
Here is a screen shot from the camera that night:
On our way to the DockDogs World Championships, we stayed over at the Suburban Extended Stay Hotel in Triadelphia, WV.
Are we there YET?!?
This hotel is smoke-free, dog friendly, and has free WiFi. Our room had a kitchen, and coffee maker.
Instead of camping, we decided to stay at a hotel for our last dock diving event of the season, since we are not used to staying in hotels, and because we would have to stay in a hotel for the DockDogs World Championship. We hoped that this would prep our whole pack for our trip out to Iowa in November. The Westin was attached directly to the Pittsburgh Expo Center, so we decided that would be our home-away-from-home for the weekend.
What a gorgeous hotel this was! …And the hotel staff were MORE than dog friendly! We felt so at-home here! The biggest surprise was the size of our room… it was GINORMOUS! The dogs thought they were at an indoor dog park!
View from our room
Leading into wet bar and bathroom area
Seating area and table
This hotel was very clean, the staff were not only friendly – but super DOG friendly, and the breakfast was delicious!
If you enjoy wings, or buffalo-style anything, the Pic is the place to visit! Pic-A-Lilli Inn not only has some really great NJ Pine Barren history, (beginning in the early 1920’s!!) it’s known to have the best wings around! Be sure to read the history of this place, and how it all began here! This well-known family-owned establishment is now in it’s 5th generation of ownership, and still going strong!
This weekend, we made a trip back to the Pic…this time with Cello.
We stopped in for some buffalo scallops and some cocktails…and they are super dog friendly! Cello quickly made friends with the bartender!
We chose to sit at their outdoor bar, and had a great time as we enjoyed our meal and drinks!
Lager visited The Pic on February 21, 2016!
Lager enjoyed this beautiful day at the Pic-A-Lilli, one of Brian and Jenny’s favorite places to stop for wings and drinks.
Lager enjoyed himself, and watched all the motorcycles coming and going on this gorgeous day!
Margarita visited The Pic on July 23, 2016!
So stop by and try the wings at The Pic-A-Lilli in ..betcha you’ll be back for more!