Family Budget Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Bethany
... around the grounds. Once we got inside the historic site, we realized they had a museum built around the log cabin he was born in. It was really nicely done and we learned a bunch of history about his life and family. The town he grew up in, and the inspiration for his books, was Hannibal, MO - just down the road a few miles. Did you know Mark Twain's real name was Samuel Clemens? We biked back to camp and got back on the road ...
Iowa is NOT flat.
We left the campsite in the morning to meet John in Stockton, where the farm he is staying this summer is. It was a cool ride along the Mississippi river. Had a flat as we left the campsite, so I bought a new tire later that, Deutsch qualitat! Since we were going to meet John in the evening, we asked him to take our bags in his car. It was great riding without them! We cycled 170km (105 miles): it was long and hard, especially the last few miles on ...
We had thoughts of stopping and getting something to eat, but everything that sold food was closed. I'm not sure if we were there in between shifts or if they were just closed on Saturdays - But we did take the opportunity to get some quick photos.
The town was almost a ghost town, with only a few vehicles out and about. We were able to cross the road without having to wait for ...
Hello Fellow Travelers,
Still on a high from the great time we had in Forest City. Boy, do those people know how to throw a party! Back to the real world and an overnighter in Eagleville, MO.
A cute little campground high on a hill with a view of the surrounding country side, we enjoyed our overnight stay, full hook-ups and put out the Tailgater Satellite to pick up ESPN and Fox News. Aah ...
... It was a wonderful afternoon of visiting, eating, and playing.
Aunt Martha shared a commentary she had read about the "winter' season of life. It was very poignant because it spoke to the different generations represented in the family and characteristics associated with each season of life. In the "winter" season, people look back and wonder where the years have gone. The basic idea ...