AmericInn West Burlington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
Day 5: La Crosse, WI - Burlington, IA (310 miles)
Unfortunately, today is not the day that I can say, "I did not see snow falling from the sky today." Maybe tomorrow.
Today started off just before the sunrise with a unique experience. I got up early to drive up to Grandad's Bluff and get a great view of La ...
Alright...today's joke comes from special guest contributor Tim:
Why does the Mississippi River flow south from Minnesota?
Because Iowa sucks
Iowa's response is best delivered by my mother's new horse
... to find a place to rinse it off later. Biking I the rain wasn't too bad. I have a good gortex shell, and I wore a cap under the hood to deflect the rain. Drivers were extra cautious around me, too. Still not sightings of other cyclists... Muscatine is where some routes intercept, so maybe tomorrow I'll find one. I got to a camp at Lake Odessa and started drying my tent out. A bunch of rednecks ...
Illinois is beautiful and green. I passed the state line across the Mississippi River today. I'm following the river on Highway 96 mostly. It makes for a beautiful ride. It's hard to get very far, because I keep stopping to admire the view or take a picture. I met a man on a bike in Quincy but he was not a touring cyclist. He told me he was tracing his ancestry on his father's side. He had already met relatives when he ...