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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to a Hy-Vee to restock. What a weird name for a grocery store. I guess it's not as bad as the Texas chain HEB, which stands for Harry E Butts. Two guys wanted to give me advice on changing my route. This doesn't instill confidence in the next 50+ miles I need to do today. I decided to stay on route. The route cuts through farms and the next 150 miles looks like limited camp options. I had a bad headwind as soon as I went east over the Mississippi River. That's the third ...
... back to her place this morning which is about an hour away. She is returning later with the kids to stay. Its Tonya's birthday today! Vikki is leaving to fly home in another few hours. We will be here until the 12th Jan and then we will be heading back on the big train to Washington DC and then another train to Newport news in Virginia. Hopefully no break downs this time! In one part of the country they were advising people not to even go outside ...
Up early we set off to hire a car. With the plan to head up the quad cities and stay there overnight. Unfortunately for us all the small cars were hired out so we had to take a bigger car altering our plans. So after an hour to finally hiring a car we also made one guys day before we left he had never met an Australian before and he got to meet two in one day. So we set off on a day trip headed up the highway to the quad ...
Sept. 25th drove the Great River Road alongside the east side of the Mississippi. Beautiful drive through the lower south east side of WI and over into the north west side of Illinois. Rolling hills, beautiful trees, lots of farms with the livestock outside in pastures. Drove more into Illinois and nothing but corn and soybeans......ugh!! Flat, see lots of those livestock trailers, thank god all we've seen are ...
... one of the best lunches we’ve had this season yet.
I forgot the name of it, but it’s a restaurant below a furniture store downtown (all owned by the same folks) and they specialize in the best comfort food you could ever want to eat. I got the Hungarian Goulash in a bread bowl and I was THRILLED to see Liptauer (a Hungarian cheese spread that I fell in love with when I worked at ...