Holiday Inn Rock Island

Address: 226 17th Street, Rock Island, Illinois, 61201, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 226 17th Street, Rock Island, is near Figge Art Museum, Village of East Davenport, Quad City Botanical Center, and Rock Island Arsenal.
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      A slow day

      A travel blog entry by simon.schorn on Jun 18, 2014

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      Our host at Mont Rest was quite chatty and had quite a colourful history so breakfast went on for quite a while. As a staunch democrat she openly shared her views and tales of the politicians that had stayed there. She also proudly showed off her diorama which was an intricate recreation of the Chicago World Fair. We didn't mind the late start …

      Davenport Iowa

      A travel blog entry by jimstowe on Oct 12, 2014

      ... 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 ...

      En Route to Chicago

      A travel blog entry by cbw1991 on Oct 10, 2014

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      ... of it into larger and more showy digs, as rich people are wont to do. (He even avoids using a chauffeur and drives his own car.).

      The ride through Wyoming, Utah, Nebraska and Iowa was fascinating. Dramatic scenery, mountains and cliffs of every description, changing slowly from desert crags to lush farmland.
      We kept thinking about the early pioneers in their covered wagons, making the arduous journey west. ...