Days Inn Davenport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... there. More great catching up! On Labour Day we headed for the border on the start of our return trip. Made it just past Bemidji to Walker, Minnesota, on Tuesday we made it as far as Winona, Minn., and then last night we arrived in Geneseo, Illinois. We have been following the Mississippi south and it has been a gorgeous drive. Amazing bluffs along the river and little towns tucked into narrow river ...
... we could have stayed another day to visit with them a bit more. Left on Friday morning, driving in a window of good weather to get home before it rained. Found a great gas station (how exciting, eh?) for a stress- free fill-up on I-80. It's the little things.... Did some planning for a trip to FL over the winter months. Good experience all in all. We're off and rolling ...
... thank goodness.
After about two hours in searing heat we get out of Chicago and we stop. I get off the bike and nearly fainted, I was suffering from heat exhaustion and dehydration. Two bottles of water and about 10 minutes later I was OK again.
Good to visit Chicago but not like that!
Another 100 miles and getting to the hotel, having a shower and then a couple of beers was very welcome indeed!!
... 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 ...
... to a Hy-Vee to restock. What a weird name for a grocery store. I guess it's not as bad as the Texas chain HEB, which stands for Harry E Butts. Two guys wanted to give me advice on changing my route. This doesn't instill confidence in the next 50+ miles I need to do today. I decided to stay on route. The route cuts through farms and the next 150 miles looks like limited camp options. I had a bad headwind as soon as I went east over the Mississippi River. That's the third ...