Regency Inn and Conference Center
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... back home to Iowa to live with my parents. (Every parent's dream is to have their 23 year old son move back in right?) But before you judge me too harshly, I had a plan. Well, "plan" might be giving it too much credit. Some might call it an unorganized jumble of half-thought-out ideas, but I'll stick with calling it a plan.
Three big things came out of my time out East:
1) That I stunk at trying to control my entire life on my own, and it was ...
... stop Springfield, Il. Snowing ,blowing and cold all day.....We only had a short stop so had time to only see the Abraham Lincoln museum. So classy and well done...loved it..there is so much history related to the quarter century he spent there before his presidency. It would be a great city to spend a day seeing the state house his home, and the library etc...Stopped tonight in a small town outside of St ...
Two days drive through the Big Horn Mountains of Montana, the ranch and cattle lands of Wyoming, the black hills in South Dakota with the bold grasslands that go on forever and then into Iowa with never ending corn and bean fields, and beautiful rolling hills. Our overnight was on the Missouri River in a small town called Oacoma. You've got to visit Big ALS Oasis. A huge inviting saloon and restaurant and the ...
Stopped for the night Davenport, Iowa, was part of the Louisiana Purchase. In 1814, during the War of 1812 the British military, along with the Saux and Fox Indian tribes fought against the Americans near Davenport. In August, Major Zachary Taylor, later President, fought a battle east of what is now Credit Island Park, in Davenport. An outpost was set up at ...
... them, not even if they have razor wire -- they are such powerful animals. We also learned later how dangerous they actually are; here is a quote from Wikipedia:
"Bison are among the most dangerous animals encountered by visitors to the various U.S. and Canadian national parks and will attack humans if provoked. They appear slow because of their lethargic movements but can easily outrun humans—bison have ...