Hampton Inn Keokuk
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn Keokuk
Our stay was fabulous. The front desk was great, the room was clean, and as always the breakfast was delicious. I would recommend this hotel to anyone on business or traveling with your family.
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... and his ability to talk the nurses out of items from their secret stash.
I didn’t want to leave.
The family let me stay and drive back to Fort Madison late-late on my own. The 90-minute highway drive was liberating and exciting. Not new to driving, this was no gravel road or trip with mom to the grocery store. On that night, some twenty years ago, I discovered the solo road trip and the peace it would bring. Sometimes ...
Alright...today's joke comes from special guest contributor Tim:
Why does the Mississippi River flow south from Minnesota?
Because Iowa sucks
Iowa's response is best delivered by my mother's new horse
... told them they were jerks and to leave it alone. Instead I went back to camp and felt guilty. I'm the jerk. Later, when Joaquin was leaving, he came by and gave me a giant bag of trail mix and 12 Clif bars. He said he didn't need them anymore. What a cool dude. I'm taking a rest day here tomorrow since it's free and pretty here. Also, for those of you who are sticklers for pronouncing the S in Illinois... Locals say it's ...
Here in Fort Madison, Iowa (my hometown) packing snacks for the trip. Costco visit (thanks Julie & Nevaeh) yielded enough granola bars and salted nut rolls to grow very tired of them forever. Along with 16 lbs of a homemade fruit & nut mix, and protein in the form of tuna, turkey jerky, and cheez-its. I give the cheez-its one ...
... knew the challenge that this campground would provide but we decided the reward of being right on the Mississippi River was worth the challenge....which was a railroad track about 100' behind the campsites. Trains run 24/7 here and there evidently aren't any rules or considerations for night vs day use of the train's horns.
September 25th – The next morning, we watched the process of a 1,300' ...