AmericInn Lodge & Suites Muscatine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... high points. He was a one term Republican who was never given the opportunity to utilize his highly developed organizational and problem solving skills. Not long into his presidency, the financial collapse of the country's financial markets caused our country to spiral into the Great Depression of the 20th century. It didn't matter who was president when that occurred, because whoever it was...was going to lose. There was ...
... was declared to be Iowa's first military headquarters just before the Civil War by Governor Samuel J. Kirkwood. In November 1865, the Iowa Soldiers' Orphans' Home was opened in Davenport to take in children left orphaned by the Civil War. In 1895, the city hall was built, and in 1897, the first chiropractic school in the world, Palmer Chiropractic College was ...
... us to stop off at a Prairie Pioneer museum in Grand Island, Nebraska, which was fascinating (despite the fact that many of the buildings were already closed for the season).
One of the most interesting things we saw was a bison, roaming around in a meadow. Enormous creature with a HUGE head. We approached the flimsy fence separating us as closely as we dared -- only afterwards did we learn that fences cannot ...
... We ate at the cafe which overlooked their rainforest exhibit. It took us an hour and a half to go through the first exhibit. After lunch we went through the indoor rainforest exhibit which was amazing. It took us about 45 minutes to do the upper level of the rainforest but Matthew wasn't feeling well. We had been there over three hours anyway and had to hit the road again because we had another 5 hours to go. You could spend ...
... It was completely unnecessary and weird, but I appreciated his enthusiasm. Meanwhile, a motorcyclist was trying to chime in with route info. They were talking over each other, and it felt awkward. I never even needed the information, and I was just getting bombarded. It kind of shows how excited people can get about my trip though. It started getting near dusk so I walked over to the church and set up camp. I was trying to go unnoticed, but some people were riding horses on ...