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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... Germany, and it sounded like he found some in Quincy too. He told me the whole story of how his parents met, where they moved, and a very long winded timeline of who he's met from his family tree. He was wearing the same color of knee-high tube socks as his skin color, and it made me look twice. I got a vibe from him like he was desperately searching not for his family but for himself. He mentioned some recent deaths. ...
... 65 miles in, I stopped at a store. Two guys walked up and were blown away by my bike. They wanted to know all about it. They thought it was hilarious and had never heard of bike touring. Their reactions were very over the top and amusing to me. I got a few miles of flat but once I got into Hannibal, it got super steep. I got to my campsite at 98.2 miles, so I biked further down the highway. I'm glad I did, because I got to see some cool sights of the Mississippi ...
... and wanted to get to campground.. $19night with electric. No cell service, will leave early in the morning. Jim is working and needs the service plus, not a nice place to hang out. Buggy and the trees/woods look rather sickly and uninviting. We took off around 8:30 am. Landed in a town off the interstate and did laundry at laundromat -nicer one than last time. Jim conference call.
September 24th, out on the road, heading east, driving Hwy. 36, most of the way. We stopped just over the bridge to Illinois from Hannibal, MO at the John Hay Recreation Area to stretch our legs and find a campground for the night. We chose the Mississippi River Park in Canton, MO, #19, a small park with campsites that front right along the Mississippi River. Soooo cool! Camping always has it's challenges along with its ...
... to Mt. Sterling, IL. I was really hoping we'd encounter a Starbucks or a Dunkin' Donuts in the very least, but it wasn't meant to be....an hour and fifteen minutes of cornfields later, we arrived in Mt. Sterling, population 1900, and settled into a McDonald's for their wi-fi. We're staying at the fairgrounds tonight and if they'll let us, we're going to stay there the whole weekend too.