Hannibal, Mo a Memorial Day Memory!

Discussion created by jerrycoin on May 28, 2012
Latest reply on May 28, 2012 by jerrycoin

Mark Twain sure new how to write, and it's obvious from visiting Hannibal, it had a profound impact on his life.  This Mississippi river town, is full of history and there are plenty of sights and things to do for all!


After leaving the FF in Fenton, Mo. a drive up Highway 79 is pretty "Laid back" and rustic.  There are a lot of Antique shops along the way and many scenic stops.  The first stop was in Winfield, Mo and a great place to grab a small meal and a refreshment is Pizza Plus.  Inexpensive, but most enjoyable!


Next stop is Clarksville, Mo., where the river comes right up to downtown!


See the Mississippi from downtown Clarksville.  The city is famous for all of the bald eagles that roost there in Winter!

Next historic stop is Louisiana, Mo., where you have a bluff view of Illinois and The Mississippi River.



30 more miles and you are in Hannibal, Mo.  Boyhood home of Mark Twain!


There is plenty to see and you even might want to go on the River for a Dinner Cruise!




Lastly, enjoy a nice meal right along the river at Lullabelle's!  Great food!


Hope your trip will be as enjoyable as mine was!