Hampton Inn & Suites Moline-Quad City International Airport

Address: 2450 69th Avenue, Moline, Illinois, 61265, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2450 69th Avenue, Moline, is near Jumer's Casino Rock Island, John Deere Pavilion, Niabi Zoo, and Quad City Botanical Center.
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      Travel Blogs from Moline

      Family fun

      A travel blog entry by quaronis on Feb 26, 2015

      5 photos

      ... live in with older character homes,large lots and very old growth trees....there were hundreds of bald eagles in the trees along the Mississippi, still feeding off the river. Snowing most of the day so we toured the national headquarters of John Deere and later Vern toured the combine factory. He brought home all sorts of interesting info....they have over 30,000 employees in the quad city area....they are now ...

      Along the Missouri

      A travel blog entry by quaronis on Feb 24, 2015

      4 comments, 2 photos

      Two days drive through the Big Horn Mountains of Montana, the ranch and cattle lands of Wyoming, the black hills in South Dakota with the bold grasslands that go on forever and then into Iowa with never ending corn and bean fields, and beautiful rolling hills. Our overnight was on the Missouri River in a small town called Oacoma. You've got to visit Big ALS Oasis. A huge inviting saloon and restaurant and the ...

      Davenport Iowa

      A travel blog entry by jimstowe on Oct 12, 2014

      ... was declared to be Iowa's first military headquarters just before the Civil War by Governor Samuel J. Kirkwood. In November 1865, the Iowa Soldiers' Orphans' Home was opened in Davenport to take in children left orphaned by the Civil War. In 1895, the city hall was built, and in 1897, the first chiropractic school in the world, Palmer Chiropractic College was ...

      En Route to Chicago

      A travel blog entry by cbw1991 on Oct 10, 2014

      2 photos

      ... us to stop off at a Prairie Pioneer museum in Grand Island, Nebraska, which was fascinating (despite the fact that many of the buildings were already closed for the season).

      One of the most interesting things we saw was a bison, roaming around in a meadow. Enormous creature with a HUGE head. We approached the flimsy fence separating us as closely as we dared -- only afterwards did we learn that fences cannot ...

      Circus Fans of America convention crowd!

      A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Sep 18, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... for most excited: "Oh my GOSH!! They have zebras!! And, and OH MY GOSH!! CAMELS! They have CAMELS! AND ELEPHANTS! This is going to be THE BEST circus ever! Oh my gosh."

      I had a handful of kindly folks introduce themselves as regular blog readers. I promptly forgot their names. I’m so sorry! Another gentleman I met on the East Coast and mentioned in Circus Report came up to me and thanked me for making him a celebrity in the circus world…haha. He took a photo ...