Holiday Inn Express Clinton
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... new eyes – not to see but to understand. They say the ship is safe in the harbor but when the docks are rickety it’s the thrill of the adventure of foreign places that provide comfort. For each greeting your life is a clean slate without a past subject to judgment. Mountains to seas, prairies to swamps, rolling hills and flatlands – you drive onward, void of intimidation. After all, maybe it really is the harbor you fear the ...
... and when I called them they said they just had 700 campers leave as they were under water so I told her we would check back.
We had a lot of road closures down to one lane and 55mph but never saw any work happening.
Since we were getting close to MS River and I knew that it was rising I thought it best to find a park. I left a message at one and another all I got was a fax tone. ...
... this same storm before we go into Canada. The countryside changed as we traveled from Nebraska into Iowa - from flat and green and growing corn to rolling hills and green and growing corn. Iowa actually has some very pretty countryside. We are overnighting in Davenport at an RV/Truck spot, sharing it with one other RV. Tomorrow we hope to get around the southern end of Lake Michigan and we'll soon be ready to start speaking ...
... leg of the trip. I chose to leave at that time for many reasons, one of them being I knew, from experience, there would not be much to see. Crawling through this region in the dark made the most sense. The jaunt through the southeastern tonsil of Missouri felt never-ending. If it weren’t for the collection of blaring 90’s music and reminiscing of our childhood, I’m not sure we would have stayed awake through the entire night. Excitement ultimately set in when ...
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 however, as we didn't have a lot of driving that day.
So we continued down the river to the quad cities, the main one ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility