Hampton Inn Muscatine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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Today, we are two days from home. We've traveled from Sioux Falls to Davenport. We had planned to stop at the Iowa State Fair but the weather was ****** so I researched things to do in Omaha and found the zoo. Now, normally we don't do zoos unless they are unique. This one seemed unique and didn't disappoint. They have a Desert Dome indoor with a desert exhibit and a nocturnal animals cave and swamp exhibit below the desert. ...
... time I'll cross it for this trip. Could this be the Great Lakes wind? If so, I'm going to be fighting it for several hundred more miles. I was shooting for Orion originally. I called the campground up there to make sure they had spots. $25 for a tent site. Arghhh! I just couldn't justify it. I went to the library in Sherrard and looked up a satellite view of town. I spotted a church on the outskirts with a big back yard. It also had a 7-eleven nearby, so I decided to hang ...
... got dumped on but then rode out of it all. Dried off a little bit before we got to the hotel which was nice. Funny how Mother Nature got us all wet but then dried us off with the air flow from being on the bike. I wear a hanky around my face when it's cold or rainy, so it probably looked funny me waving it on the back of the bike to dry it off :). Free laundering services :) Poor Shane he can't ...
... at each other. I thought about leaving, but it was already 6:30pm, and no camps were close enough. They went back to their camp around a corner. I could still hear them, but I was far enough away to not care. It got really windy with the lake so close, and by the time everything was set up and eaten, it was already bedtime. Muscatine is a bigger city, so I'm hoping for a smooth route through ...
... Beth, Bryant and I were there in the 80's and it is still interesting. Every year the city decorates the outside of the Palace with local grains and corn. Each year has a different theme. The murals are amazing, outside and inside! Last time we were here, we did not see the workers in action. Today these young college students were working with clusters of wheat stalks to place ...