Best Western Clearlake Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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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... of snow here in Chicago yesterday. It has certainly been a cold start to the trip but has had little effect on what we have been doing. A special hello to our friend Molly Copeland if you are reading - we hope you have enjoyed our travel blog so far. Updated detail on Chicago: - Watched Chicago Bulls beat Charlotte Hornets at United Centre - Went on the ...
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... museum was previously housed in the Old State Capitol building, which still exists and is located nearby. The new museum is up to par with the modern interactive museums. It has two theaters that offer two separate movies with seats that shake during the civil war scenes. The second theatre, provides a very cool 3D discussion that explains the purpose of the library and museum is to constantly research and provide a deeper understanding of the people ...
... Route 66. Unfortunately it is only open at weekends. In Mt Olive I stopped at the restored Soulsby Station which has a large number of Shell and Route 66 memorabilia inside. I followed this stretch of the route to Staunton where the early route and the 1930s route converge and turned around to take the route back to Springfield. Along the way I was able to take the 1940-1977 version of Route 66 through ...
... highway. We're both a little peeved and yes it was sad we missed starting it, it was too late and it's a blip on our journey plans. At least we've learnt for tomorrow. We pulled off the interstate to find some food. We found a small petrol station, not good enough for food but we decided to swap over for the last leg of a drive. As Vicki took the wheel and started to head back out on the interstate the satnav said we were on ...