Hampton Inn Quincy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Kim's taking a nap and I'm fixing a bean soup for supper.
Tomorrow, we take off around 11am (lazy morning) to head west to Eagle's Landing RV in Holt, Florida...only about 175 miles. Ought to be a relaxing day as we get back into the travelling mode ...
... wife of 74 years, Number one was created over 50 years ago. It is a memory of himself at the age of twelve. In literature class he learned a poem which he has memorized and lived by to this day. As the three of us stood together he narrated from memory the following poem by Rudyard Kipling.
Rudyard KiplingWhen Earth's Last Picture Is Painted1892
L'Envoi To "The Seven Seas"When Earth's last picture is painted and the tubes ...
Cold and cloudy this morning. Today's trip took us through Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. Leaving New Orleans we took 90 East, instead of I-10. It parallels I-10, but is through the bayou, and a couple of small towns. Very little traffic. In Biloxi, Mississippi, we got back on the interstate to make better ...
... pretty it is and my favourite thing of all was the Spanish Moss hanging from all the mainly Oak trees.it was blowing in the breeze and being moved by the rain, it was so magnificent. The island was for the rich and at one dinner time it held a sixth of the worlds wealthiest in one place. Rockefeller frequented the place often. The tour took us off the trolley twice and into a house and a church. The church had a Tiffany window in it and brought Tiffany out of retirement just for it. The ...
... that are no doubt prompted by our gear-laden mode of transportation. They also mentioned that three cyclists just entered the park before us on bicycles and their lighting was extremely bright, much brighter than ours. After much talk we were longing to lounge at the lodge.... Oh, and off to find those other fully-panniered cyclists.
Only moments later on our way and just out of range ...