Best Western Clearlake Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Clearlake Plaza Springfield
Great hotel; fantastic breakfast - one of the best so far; in walking distance to everything you need. Lovely in door pool.
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Travel Blogs from Springfield
... do. I dont wana get in peoples way so i stayed outside of the bowl. I ended up cutting long bits of rebar into different lengths. Pretty easy job and made me look as if i was actually doing something. I was doing more than some people and im not even a skateboarder and wont be using it so some people have a bit more respect for me than the lazy douchers that are doing nothing but sittin around smoking. My second job was to dig some dirt out. Im starting to feel ...
... Ramblers Texaco, Dwight, next to Old Route 66 Family Restaurant), restaurants and museums, the best being in the gorgeous town on Pontiac. This town didnt even have R66 originally run through it, but they town has embraced the excitement of the old road, provides the museum free of charge and around the lovely town centre they have R66 murals and artifacts for all to enjoy. We had a great time looking around the ...
... to say I find things to be better elsewhere. Rather, I think some of the unpleasant aspects of where America fails to live up to its potential – the crass materialism, pervasive entitlement mentality, predominant culture of willful ignorance and anti-intellectualism, extremes of wealth and poverty, loss of personal freedom as the country becomes ever more of a police state, to name but a few – have become more glaring to me from travel abroad. ...
... Drive-In. Little did we know it was a Rte 66 landmark and the origin of the Cozy Dog (i.e. the invention of corn dog in 1946).
St Louis, Missouri bound
The Gateway Arch greeted us as we crossed the Mississippi River into St Louis but that was not going to be our destination.
First stop - The Cathedral Basilica. A docent inside explained the history. Construction began in 1907 ...
This morning we woke to our first rainy day of the road trip and my first rainy day since arriving on the mainland in late January. It never rained in LA.
Our first stop was the St Louis Cathedral Basilica which has 4.5 million mosaic tiles depicting various scenes and murals. It was awe inspiring and surpassed any cathedral I have seen in Europe.
We then went to ...