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On 9/30/2021 at 11:02 PM, TinCan782 said:

On the Mighty Mississippi cruise in August, many of the docking areas were pretty much in town, several less so. Besides a river walk, many of the communities are walkable from where the boat is tied up. You would have to check maps to see what is accessible from the boat (walking, biking). Also, on the hop on, hop off tours you are free to wander from any of the stops. You can walk between stops if you want. Just remember to catch the last bus back!

Don't know what "activities" you are looking for.

We like to play things by ear but try to stay active.  Sometimes it’s fun to check the downtown areas, local sites….each stop varies.  

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14 hours ago, ericosmith said:

I've also taken the HOHO one way and then walked back to the boat.  Seen a number of interesting things that I never noticed through the bus window.

It definitely calls for good walking shoes which we normally pack anyway. 
We’re doing a road trip next week along the Great River road. Hope to see a lot of WI and IA.  Next year we plan on adding more states a

ong the Mississippi. 

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