Nauvoo Villas The Condos
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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... of modern engineering, and everything was looking prettier too. What down south were treacherous looking sandbars now also took on the lure of islands, somewhere for boaters to go and have fun on a Saturday, or young trouble makers to alight from their raft for the night.
Which brings me to todays "lunchtime" destination, about three hours late thanks to the earlier cloud. Another "Thanks Dan" ...
... s Big Band show was lead by an 80 year old singer Lynn Roberts who could belt out a tune - she was amazing - in voice and looks. After the show I had to have a close inspection and tried to find some needle or stretch marks behind the ears. I think the band and Lynn were singing for the deaf, but overall I think it was one of the better shows - only I still can't get over Lynn's age. It would not have moved the average age of people on ...
Today we went to a "museum". This museum was very cool one could climb around in all sorts of mazes that you could run and have fun in. After 4 more hours of driving we got to Jacob's geodes. We got a hammer and chisel and went to town an those rocks. Bum is hurting less surprisingly. Day 2 ...
... together with Kayla, one of my favorite people on earth. Living in Mormon-history-rich Nauvoo, IL with 1,099 other people doesn't offer much for options for fancy bars, but fortunately the local winery has expanded operations. Baxter's Vineyards, making wine since 1857 is Illinois' oldest winery, beefed up the liquor license and now serve wine, beer, liquor under the perfect ...
... and his ability to talk the nurses out of items from their secret stash.
I didn’t want to leave.
The family let me stay and drive back to Fort Madison late-late on my own. The 90-minute highway drive was liberating and exciting. Not new to driving, this was no gravel road or trip with mom to the grocery store. On that night, some twenty years ago, I discovered the solo road trip and the peace it would bring. Sometimes ...