Comfort Inn & Suites East Moline
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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It rain last night and the car were wet this morning but they all started OK. The day started out cloudy and then cleared for a while and then clouded and rain and then clear again. It got to 91 today and little warm. My engine got a little warn today and had to add water. We drove on some great roads with beatuful scenery. We stopped at Breitbach's ...
... take a tour, but we were too early in the day so we had to be content to view from the outside. This house was of particular interest to Fred since he taught architecture in the high school and enjoys the works of Wright.
Just across Springfield from the Westcott House was Hartman's Rock Garden. What started out small in 1932 by Harry Hartman who used stones to accent his garden, has grown into a stone folk art display with a ...
... for some ice cream...to die for....
Next day we toured the Deere Wiman mansion built by the son of the famous John Deere in 1893.( mom ....it reminded be of a smaller version of Downton Abbey with its servants quarters and bell system) It overlooked the original factory on the river and is stunning.....but in great need of restorations.
Sadly we said goodbye to Nicole and family and headed out on the ...
... gift shop you have ever seen. Needless to say I had to be drug out skidding heels blistering the pavement! Mostly no snow on the ground the first day but more as we travel eastward..temperatures around freezing but glorious sunshine.
tonight we rest our heads at our niece Nicole, Allan and little Liam's. They have a beautiful home in Bettendorf on the Missippippi. Tomorrow we will see the area with ...
Stopped for the night Davenport, Iowa, was part of the Louisiana Purchase. In 1814, during the War of 1812 the British military, along with the Saux and Fox Indian tribes fought against the Americans near Davenport. In August, Major Zachary Taylor, later President, fought a battle east of what is now Credit Island Park, in Davenport. An outpost was set up at ...