Baymont Inn & Suites Springfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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". ...
... 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 ...
We woke to a foggy, damp and pretty miserable day but our plans would not be dampened. Springfield, capital of the State of Illinois and home to its most famous resident, Abraham Lincoln prior to his move to the White House in 1861, became our focus for the day.
First stop was the Lincoln Home - a preserved historic section of the city, four blocks long. I'm pretty sure we were the ONLY tourists there ...
In my last post, I mentioned the State Fair campground. It's wild. I say that because, it appears to have been laid out by someone unaware of the topography. Most of the sites are on rolling hills and nowhere close to level. The host tells me it will fill up next week and all spaces will be taken. They fill up during the state fair with vendors. The vendors will pay $700.00 per ...