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TravelPod Member ReviewsLulaBelle's Hannibal
Quaint older B&B with a shady history. Proprietor Mike ginsberg is extreemly nice. The full breakfast was good so we also had dinner here last night too which was also great.
great location too.
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... Home, Kansas.-”Hamilton” that claims to be the
world capital of Quilt making and yes I did I stopped to discover 10
shops selling Quilt fabrics and patterns full of old ladies looking
at buying anything before rejoining their charter bus. So I dive in
and get myself some handy books for my old days when I will be
seating in my favourite armchair and making my own quilt. I discover
as well that it was here that JC Penny opens his ...
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 ...
After breakfast and bike riding around the campground loop, we drove into Hannibal, the town where Samuel Langhorn Clemens (Mark Twain) spent his childhood years. We ate at the Mark Twain diner (where the kids enjoyed homemade root beer!), then walked up 244 stairs to see a lighthouse perched on the side of a hill. It was a lovely climb and offered views of the Mississippi River (it really is MUDDY!!) and Hannibal.
Next, we visited Mark Twain's ...
... shower is in full force. We all saw multiple meteors in a night sky void of artificial light. It was incredible. The naturalist was planning to give all the kids marshmallows after his spiel, but in the dark, we watched a medium-sized creature hobble across the road, grab the marshmallow bag, and run! A raccoon made off with the treats!
-Can we talk about bugs for a ...
... a sandy beach area. We swam in the lake (wow, was that water WARM!) for about 1 ½ hrs, and returned to our campsite to make dinner.
After a dessert of chocolate chip cookies (thank you, Marilyn!), we got ready for bed. I read the first chapter of one of the National Park mysteries to the kids. ("Wolf Stalker" in Yellowstone NP) Annie journaled a little bit before bed while Rees researched our next stop. Where will we be tomorrow?? Who knows?