Regency Inn and Conference Center
Travel Blogs from Clinton
Crossing the Ohio River brought us to the southern tip of Illinois. Within the first two hours of roaming the forested regions of our own state we encountered seven cars along the side of the interstate held temporary hostage by flashing red and blue lights. Most of the situations occurred with undercover police cars, one resembling Lorraine. After two weeks on the road we barely witnessed any traffic stops except for a few accidents during ...
... the one back and she said she was returning the 28 messages but she did have one site for 1 night only so we took it and we found out that the two other campgrounds were closed due to high water.
The RV park would have been better if it wouldn't be overcast and cold, of course it did clear up by the end of the day but time to get ready for another long day on the road.
We awoke to pouring rain, thunder and lightning which got us up and out earlier than usual. After a quick breakfast in Riley, we filled up with fuel and were on the road by 10. The day's drive started out with pouring rain and plenty of lightning. We weren't worried though because we're not grounded - that's the theory, right??? By 2 pm, we had outrun the storm and were enjoying blue skies again. We figure we'll get at least one more ...
... the sign welcoming us to Arkansas, but all of the anticipation soon wore away upon realizing Arkansas appeared to be the twin sister of Missouri.
Once the sun broke and the light shone down on the landscape we received a better view of the “Natural State.” This “better view” only confirmed the normal typecast…this state was long, flat, and boring. For unknown reasons Google Maps preferred taking us down the back roads --maybe it was ...
... passing through several small towns on the way. Just like Dubuque it didn't appear enticing at first glance, it looked drab and neglected. However, the main attraction was like an oasis in the desert. The all-glass structure of the Figge Art Museum hosted some great rural American art as well as some other interesting exhibitions. Once again, the European heritage proved a reliable source of food as we found a German themed pub for dinner in the trendy Moline ...
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