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... stop Springfield, Il. Snowing ,blowing and cold all day.....We only had a short stop so had time to only see the Abraham Lincoln museum. So classy and well done...loved it..there is so much history related to the quarter century he spent there before his presidency. It would be a great city to spend a day seeing the state house his home, and the library etc...Stopped tonight in a small town outside of St ...
... 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 ...
... to a local restaurant for dinner....mexican. Woke early this morning and used Yelp to find a local owned coffee house, Reid's Beans. They hooked me up with a large carafe of coffee and two poached eggs over salmon over goat cheese on sourdough bread. Loved it. She inquired about my plans for the day. Hoover being the one and only tourist destination, she quickly informed me that we owe the standardization of light ...
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 ...
Today was a long day of travel through Nebraska and Iowa and almost into Illinois.
En route we stopped off briefly in Omaha, just to have a look at Warren Buffet's house. This house, a nice looking place (something that you might find on any Rosedale street), has become rather famous, simply for the reason that Buffet bought the place in 1958 for $31,500, and although he has since become a multi-billionaire, he never ...