Days Inn Hannibal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... space for a tent. The site they assigned to me was literally on a hill. I plugged into a nearby electrical box for an hour at an unclaimed flat campsite and filled up my dromedary at the spigot. I didn't go on the cave tour because it was another $18. It was a pretty area despite the tourist flavor. I haven't seen a touring cyclist since Colorado, so I'm excited to be back on track with my established bike route maps. Maybe I'll run into one soon. It's so nice when that ...
Continued to drive south on Great River Road along Mississippi through Illinois....corn, soy, corn, soy...ugh! flat, not pretty. Interesting stop though. Had read about Nauroo, Ill. Big Mormon settlement in late 1800s. Joseph Smith, Brigham Young, etc. Huge temple. Mormons have restored and sunk alot of money into town tor restoration and pilgrimages. I texted Doug Bailey a photo ...
... did not know that Mark Twain had written so many books and that he drew so much from his childhood experiences and as an adult researching by going/doing. Also his families history gave a great insight into life at that time. fascinating stuff! There were also several other houses in the downtown area that were lived in by people when Samuel lived there and found their way into his books.
While I was in the 'gallery' I met a group of Australians who were also following ...
... tear through the whole ceremony. After she was baptized the priest took her from her mom and walked down the center aisle of the church and the little girl smiled at everyone.
When mass ended we went back to our room and rested for a while, it was a bit warm and humid and Dave didn’t feel like going out. After a brief rest I went back to the quilt shop to look for ...
... s is now a fine dining restaurant and Bed & Breakfast with cozy rooms named Jaded Jewel, Gypsy Rose and Angel of Delight (our room). A full breakfast is served downstairs when you stay overnight in any of these six rooms.
This place was built in 1917 by an enterprising madam from Chicago named Sarah Smith, this was the only bordello specifically designed and constructed for its intended purpose. Prostitution, gambling, and intemperance were all ...