Hilton Garden Inn Springfield
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... in the back and a cattle pen,where the cattle could get their exercise while the trucker ate his food. Strangest thing we saw in Lincoln - a telephone booth on top of the City Hall roof! What on earth ...? Well, there are a number of theories around however, the truth is, there would be a weather spotter on the roof and if bad weather was seen to be on the way, the spotter would phone through the information ...
... converged on Mr. Lincoln to successfully convince him to run for president.
The Lincoln Presidential Library is available for research only, but the wonderful Lincoln Museum kept us occupied for several hours. On display: the bed he died in, the carriage used in D.C. by the President and First Lady (who liked to be called "Madam President"), and the famous painting of a young Abe entitled ...
... us, passing through lots of pretty towns such as Carlinville. We stopped very briefly to admire the square in Carlinville before passing on to Girard to have a soda float and cherry soda at Doc's Soda fountain - another longstanding gem on 66.
After another few dithering detours we finally found our way to Aurbun where a brick hand laid 1.5mile stretch of 66 still survives. It felt a little like we were in The Wizard of Oz. We had had a great ...
Left Bloomington and rejoined the original road after a short stint on the interstate. Followed Route 66 as it wound it's way past McLean before making a stop in Atlanta. I was very fortunate to arrive at the right time to be allowed to see the inside working of the clock tower just prior to the chimes for 10am. The clock is hand-wound and there are a team of volunteers who are tasked with ensuring it ...
... down for the night. Lincoln was the next stop on the list were there was a few tense moments as I wanted my pic taken with the giant abe Lincoln but kept driving in circles. We found it in the end and then headed out to williamsville to see the 1930s gas station. It was now hitting 645pm and we just wanted some grub and to check into the hotel so onwards to Springfield we went. Car still was reading 29 degrees at night ...