Red Roof Inn Springfield IL
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I love to travel. I'm sure, if you are reading this, that we have that in common. I am not rich by any means but I feel like life is short and I should experience adventures now instead of waiting a whole lifetime and trying to do everything when I am older and may not be able to enjoy it as much.
Not everyone will agree with me but I prefer to live for the now. Every year as I ...
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". ...
... entire house was on the tour, which was not the case at the Truman House. It is worth seeing this national treasure, and the NPS has done a tremendous job preserving this history. I used Yelp and found a hole in the wall greek restaurant, and had a decent greek chicken salad, and am now at a Starbucks sitting outside typing this. The weather was great, and the day was great...Tomorrow I tackle the Lincoln Museum and Library, and then head to Iowa to the Herbert Hoover Library and ...
... a Route 66 wall plaque. The owner asked where we were from and then said "Your brother Billy Connolly was here a few years back, he signed my book would you like to sign it as well?". Great character.
The drive took longer than anticipated we left Chicago at 11.15 am and arrived in Springfield around 7.00pm. A great day though, but something to eat and early to bed was the plan for the rest of the evening.
... a tradition that the ladies and children are given small boxes of milk duds (like malteasers) just for coming in. The breakfast was huge and there were so many variations that in the end, we were guided by the waitress who was obliging, helpful and wanted us all to enjoy ourselves.
We headed out to find the beginning of Route 66 and stopped at the information centre along the way, well clear of the city. We met an Australian called Russell who then decided to ride along ...