Days Inn Walcott
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... make a considerable fortune in mining in Australia and China, before truly answering the call to become a public servant. He is arguably the biggest proven humanitarian to have served as president. He led hunger relief efforts that saved millions in Europe during and after WWI; and led disaster relief efforts during massive floods which plagued the Mississippi River. I could drone on and on, but I will try to hit some ...
... and George Davenport and Antonie LeClaire were stationed there. Davenport was established in 1836 by Antoine LeClaire and named after his good friend Colonel George Davenport. The first settlers of Davenport were mostly Germans. After a county seat dilemma with neighboring town Rockingham in 1840, Davenport was established as the county seat of Scott ...
... them, not even if they have razor wire -- they are such powerful animals. We also learned later how dangerous they actually are; here is a quote from Wikipedia:
"Bison are among the most dangerous animals encountered by visitors to the various U.S. and Canadian national parks and will attack humans if provoked. They appear slow because of their lethargic movements but can easily outrun humans—bison have ...
... in that zoo. They have an aquarium, butterfly house, a stingray beach and so much more. A worthwhile zoo trip if you are passing through.
We hit the road for our dinner spot in Iowa City. We want to see the U of I campus and hopefully find a place to eat. We were pleasantly surprised by the town. They had a great restaurant area and was quite lively on this Friday night. We ate at a rice and noodle restaurant called ...
... side of a fence and saw me. Luckily, they didn't seem to care. I set everything up and sat down for a while to write. I heard a loud sneezing sound and looked up to see a deer staring right at me only 20 feet away. I guess she didn't know I was there and was startled. I wasn't welcome. She did the aggressive sneezing sound at me for about 5 minutes as she slowly made her way into the forest. Later in the night, I woke to more sneezing near my tent. I figured I was safe inside ...