No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this motel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Motel 6 Hannibal
Travel Blogs from Hannibal
... 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, ...
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 ...
... down to the Gulf. They had jetted to New York and rented a RV vehicle for their trip. One of man in the group had just come back from a Paris to Beijing motorcycle ride!
I also climbed up 244 steps to a lighthouse that was dedicated to Mark Twain and when I was about half way up I man told me not to bother there was nothing there to see and he was right!
But I was pleased I could climb the stairs without pausing.
Tomorrow it's off to St Louis to play.
... way, the museum invites, guides, and envelops visitors in the life and times of Abraham Lincoln.
Reinventing the Museum Experience
Designed, created and produced by BRC Imaginations Arts, for the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency, the museum combines scholarship with showmanship. More than 36 scholars, historians, teachers, and historical advisors – including some of the world's foremost authorities on Lincoln's life ...
Got an early start because I anticipated another hot, windy, and challenging ride. But it was'nt. It was seventy degrees without a cloud in the sky. And the road east of Norton was just paved and there was no wind! On top of that the terrain got more interesting. Not the Rockies but definitely better than eastern Colorado and western Kansas. Vegetation got greener, crops looked healthier, and towns were nicer. All ...