Hampton Inn Springfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Slept well, and woke up early and headed to Starbucks to stoke up on oatmeal and 2 large cups of coffee. I drove back to downtown Springfield to visit the Lincoln Library and Museum. They are now housed in two adjoining buildings that were dedicated in 2002. I went into the Museum first, and paid $15.00 which gained me access to the Museum, Library and Union Station where there is a special display of items related to the Spielberg movie "Lincoln". ...
... old apartment, approximately 4 miles from the Illinois State House in Springfield Illinois. Ann and the kids have the tracker app, so If my blip disappears, start with her. Arriving and getting the key to the apt., I climbed aboard my bicycle and followed my iphone directions to the Lincoln Tomb, approx. 5 miles away. I did most sidewalk touring on this commute. The tomb is located in a large cemetery, and the large obelisk and statuary can be seen from a fair distance. I was not ...
... walking out of a bar but im looking out the window and BANG i see Mikel getting punched. The dude ran off though and Mikels just standing there shouting abuse in the direction he ran with a busted up lip. I dont know if the police were called but when we were walking away to try find a taxi they came across and spoke to us. I think they phoned us a taxi because next thing i know we are in one. I dont even remember gettin back into my tent, that was one crazy drinking ...
... journey on the very road outside the information centre which was 'The Mother Road'. Illinois, the state we are starting in, has a series of very good R66 signs to show you your way through the state. Some towns along the route are more interested in the history of 66 than others but I am sure if you looked hard enough you would find something about the old road in every town. Today we travelled from Joliet to Wilmington ...
... The Edwards family occupied the house until Helen's death in 1909. Four years later, their daughter Alice Edwards Ferguson donated Edwards Place to the Springfield Art Association for use as gallery and classroom space.
We also visited the Lincoln Tomb. There were non-stop guests entering and leaving the tomb.