Travelodge Inn And Suites Muscatine
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... high points. He was a one term Republican who was never given the opportunity to utilize his highly developed organizational and problem solving skills. Not long into his presidency, the financial collapse of the country's financial markets caused our country to spiral into the Great Depression of the 20th century. It didn't matter who was president when that occurred, because whoever it was...was going to lose. There was ...
... and George Davenport and Antonie LeClaire were stationed there. Davenport was established in 1836 by Antoine LeClaire and named after his good friend Colonel George Davenport. The first settlers of Davenport were mostly Germans. After a county seat dilemma with neighboring town Rockingham in 1840, Davenport was established as the county seat of Scott ...
... of it into larger and more showy digs, as rich people are wont to do. (He even avoids using a chauffeur and drives his own car.).
The ride through Wyoming, Utah, Nebraska and Iowa was fascinating. Dramatic scenery, mountains and cliffs of every description, changing slowly from desert crags to lush farmland.
We kept thinking about the early pioneers in their covered wagons, making the arduous journey west. ...
... It was yummy. I had a chicken and veggie teriyaki bowl. Ended up being a nice evening in Iowa City/ U of I campus.
Now we are in the Davenport area at our last Marriott. It might be the last one not to be remodeled but still home away from home. We didn't even bring our backpacks in because its 1000 PM and we are done dragging them in and out. We hit the road for home tomorrow. Since we dropped a day in Rapid City and ...
... side of a fence and saw me. Luckily, they didn't seem to care. I set everything up and sat down for a while to write. I heard a loud sneezing sound and looked up to see a deer staring right at me only 20 feet away. I guess she didn't know I was there and was startled. I wasn't welcome. She did the aggressive sneezing sound at me for about 5 minutes as she slowly made her way into the forest. Later in the night, I woke to more sneezing near my tent. I figured I was safe inside ...