Days Inn and Suites East, Davenport, Iowa
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Travel Blogs from Davenport
... farm equipment such as a fully robotic tractor. The robot tractor is GPS-guided, and has over 10 million lines of code. In comparison the software for the space shuttle control had only 2 million lines. We also saw a combine with GPS systems and automatic harvesting: just drive around the edge of the field, and it will automatically drive back and forth across the field, even collecting data on the crops it harvests. ...
... listened to the new Alton Brown podcast and two good This American Life's, including the show's 500th episode, which highlighted some of the producers' favorite moments from the show's history.
We stopped for lunch in Lincoln, Nebraska. Got Jimmie Johns, gassed up, got some snacks, and hit the road again. Andy drove the last 4 1/2 shift and I don't know why, maybe because we just kept talking and talking, ...
... the park, go to their beautiful, huge swimming pool, or play mini golf. Nice, level concrete pull-thru site facing the lake, but we couldn't have a full hookup or 50 amp service in a pull-thru site that was long enough for us. Good 30 amp service though!
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... of the century. From its inception, the Hoover Dam was an exercise in superlatives. It was a bigger construction project than the Panama Canal. He also signed into bill the Star Spangle Banner as the country's national anthem; he reformed federal courts; he created Federal Farm Board and Veterans Administration; he increased acreage of national forests and expanded national ...
... on the Mississippi River.
History of Davenport is about the same as all midwest cities, first settled by Indians, driven out by Europeans and later the Indians come back with casinos and become millionaires. Part of the Louisiana Purchase, Zebulon Pike first visited Davenport as a government representative. As the city became populated, Rock Island Railroad built the first railroad bridge across the Mississippi River in 1856. It ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services