We recently stopped here before leaving town because my wife's father is now buried here as well as her grandfather. It was our first time to see her father's burial place in the military wall. We were not near the Mark Twain area, this was the back side that all seemed to be war veterans. It was neat, clean and peaceful. May visit the other section when I have more time, this was the first time I realized the area was famous for Mark Twain after 7 yrs of visiting my wife's family nearby. I was surprised to locate restrooms with outdoor access near the small office by the gate.
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