Kaufmann House Bed and Breakfast

Address: 1641 Hampshire St, Quincy, Illinois, 62301-3143, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1641 Hampshire St, Quincy, is near Villa Katherine.
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Travel Blogs from Quincy

And Todd told me......

A travel blog entry by thefrenchpickle on Oct 03, 2015

24 photos

... king is producing "the Halloween burger" a black bread burger with
orange cheese for the occasion !). I pick up there as well delicious
apples and a yummy peach granite.

Two more stops were made to
the "Centre of the 48 states" marked by a small marker (but it did
impress Pickles) and one of the Pony express station.

US 36 is sadly as well a place where
the racoons seem to gather at night and got killed, maybe it is
explained ...

Beached on an island for the night!

A travel blog entry by southernsun on Sep 26, 2015

41 photos

... saw them rafted next to a 2 man canadian canoe. Turns out they were having a chat with a couple from Boston who were navigating downstream drifting the whole Miss from source to sea - and had been going for 80 days already! Reinforcing my kindness of strangers stories, they offered me beer (!) and to take me to their camp while I waited for the weather, but I was not wanting to leave the plane and hoped to be up ...

Mark Twain

A travel blog entry by yatz on Sep 12, 2015

2 comments, 2 photos

Day 31 Today we walked off the boat onto a bus and drove across the road, to Mark Twain's (Samuel Clemens) boyhood home. Except for some caves, everything to see was within three blocks of the waterfront, Huckleberry Finn House, Becky Thatcher House ( the real Becky' house - Mrs Franklin was two blocks away), and a few museums. We went to the Norman Rockwell Gallery - the ...

So many things I never knew about Mark Twain...

A travel blog entry by fulkss on Sep 11, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... It widens to mile down river. The town along the river is small, trains travel past often, most of the shoreline is wooded. A huge cement factory is downstream and we passed two barges tied up to an anchor barge – one permanently anchored to the bottom of the river. Anchor barges were new to me. No buoys in the river here. We saw the cliffs ...

South through Iowa farmlands and into Missouri

A travel blog entry by fulkss on Sep 10, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... as the one group partying is on the opposite side by the lake. Gets dark here @ 7:30 p.m.


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