Holiday Inn Quincy East
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Very happy with out stay here; a little removed from Hannibal, but it was a better value than anything there; our bed was supremely comfortable and a nice breakfast deal is available
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Got to bed this morning at 2:30a and up at 6a. Lots of last minute things to take care of. Out the door at 9:28a. As we were loading car, Maddie jumped in and refused to get out. Mark had to carry her back into the house! Pitiful look! Just arrived in St. Louis...Flight leaves STL at 1pm. One stop in Newark at 4:30p. Depart for Paris at 5:55p. Will arrive in Paris on Friday at 7a. Realized this morning that we will be not see night time until Fri ...
... tracks run parallel between the highway and the river. It made for a very Huck Finn feel. The town is obsessed with Mark Twain, because it was his boyhood town. Everything is named in regards to him. I saw a sign for "home of the Mark Twain fried chicken!" What? Oh tourist traps.... If I were more into celebrities, maybe I'd be more excited about all of the hype. I stayed at the Mark Twain Cave Campground. It was the only camp near my route. $19 for no water, electric, ...
... where and he said they had recently been there! Navaroo sets up on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi.
After driving most of the day and looking for propane, headed and stopped at Mark Twain State Park about 25 miles from Hannibal, MO. Fair park but mega bugs! The cicadas are the loudest I've ever heard but the pesky little bugs that fly into your eyes make it a drag to ...
... 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' ...
... saw a clown juggling outside of their school as they ran outdoors. He was immediately surrounded and while most kids were well-meaning, he had a couple of kids who wanted to test the clown, which got ugly pretty quickly...one of them kept trying to stomp on his feet (those shoes are $150 from Mexico), another kid (by the encouragement of her ignorant father) walloped him in the nose pretty hard with her book (he was amazed he didn't bleed), and another girl thought ...