Red Roof Inn Springfield IL
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... my girlfriends and I hit the road for a differnt destination. It's fun and exciting. I have also taken some great trips with family and gone on missions trips through my church and school that has allowed me to see and experience other cultures.
Like many of you, I have a long list of places I would like to visit and experience. I personally am drawn to areas of history and ...
... read it. I left with the reinforced understanding of how much Lincoln had to endure, and how he always forced himself to move forward. He lost 2 of his sons before his life was ended at age 56 by Booth. No question, his wife was a piece of work, who endured seeing her husband killed, and was alive to see 3 of her 4 sons die before her. Yeah, I say its okay if she became nuts. Both Abe and Mary would no doubt have been eligible customers or ...
... 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 ...
... week. Unfortunately, his wife of 67 years, Mary is also suffering from the dreaded disease.
So, it was a sad occasion that brought me to Springfield today. However, it was tempered with joy in many ways by seeing my Mom, two of my sisters and many nieces, nephews and their families. Interestingly, many of them will be at our house on Sunday when Sandy will host a bridal shower for the fiance of Donna's ...