Hilton Garden Inn Springfield
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... would of stayed another night, In no time at all we were finishing our second drink and felt the need for food, we were recommended a place just across the street where we treated ourselves to a steak. Saturday 4th July
... people would just take and cut things off of the various platforms and vehicles used. Some of these have made their way to the museum. Some of the pieces were incorporated into a display and some were just as they were when they were cut. There were all kinds of memorabilia that was generated right after the assignation. There was also a copy of the only picture taken of Lincoln in his coffin.
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... topped up with baileys in it. These are done much and such the same way as a jagerbomb but they are just bigger like everythin else in america. Over the course of the night we ended up having 8 of those and i was totally mashed! Pretty much every bar here is an Irish bar, matty you should of never left you would of loved this haha. Kaleb wasnt drinking and decided to bail but me and Mikel battled on. I dont know where we were exactly or why Mikel was so far ahead of ...
... were already half way & decided to keep moving forward. Oak ridge cemetery is where Abraham Lincoln was laid to rest, you can walk inside the building (for free) and see his coffin, a bit creepy. http://www.oakridgecemetery.org/ We then got a free Visitors shuttle back to are car, ...
... tour. Edwards Place was the home of prominent local attorney Benjamin S. Edwards and his wife Helen from 1843 to 1909. Edwards Place was a center for social activity in Springfield, where leading citizens and politicians such as Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas were entertained at lavish receptions, dinner parties and summer picnics. ...