Riverport Inn Express Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... front side was only half done and you could see the whole shell of the stadium. Neat sight.
Until I crossed into WI the GRR was full of turn every 5 miles or so. I had to really stay alert to not get lost. I was very happy to see that once I crossed into WI there was a two lane "highway" that ran right against the river for 90 miles. The river was getting really big and the scenery was gorgeous! There were a ...
We then headed over to great river bluffs to start our first camping
experience of the trip. As we drove into the area we were in awe. We
were expecting a little camp group on the Mississippi River but this
place was something else. The panoramic views from the lookout points
were amazing and the campground was extremely remote. We were some of
the only people there but it was so nice. All you could hear were the
sounds of nature around ...
... friends that have moved away from home. It was surreal rolling into the city that I lived in for 5 years 7 years prior. At first I couldn't remember how to get around anywhere and relied on the GPS to navigate me to my destination. However, as I settled back into the city, by the next morning I was making turns like I designed the route. While there I even spent time with a child I babysat for those 5 years while she was an infant into child. ...
... The river is so high that the entire area looked more like the delta at the other end. We stopped for lunch at the Lewis and Clark visitors center overlooking the Missouri River in Chamberlin, South Dakota. They had some really nice exhibits and the view was great. And it was back to listening to World Cup action on XM radio. The ...
... was made up of sand blown down from the rock which towers above the scene about 60 feet high, maybe more. The soft sandstone seemingly bore the name of every single person who came before, it was so covered with graffiti carvings. We hiked around it and Ana devoured sand as she walked. Andrew was bounding the rocks like a little goat. It is about five miles to Mill Bluff SP, part of the National Park Service's Ice Age Scientific Reserve. It's one the ...