Candlewood Suites Springfield
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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 ...
... all grew up learning the basics of Abe, from growing up in a one room log cabin to being assassinated at Ford's Theatre. If you wanted to know more, you were always welcome to dive into the stacks of books written in detail on all facets of his life. I too fall prey to a good movie, of which Spielberg's most definitely is (Daniel Day Lewis won an Oscar for Best Actor). I am always glad when I force myself to find another book on Lincoln and spend the ...
... 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 ...
... two different versions of Route 66. I continued through Sherman and into the north side of the state capital Springfield. Without stopping in Springfield I took the 1930s route which leaves town using 4 miles of I-55 before becoming the frontage road to the interstate. Litchfield is the largest of the towns on the 1930s route south of Springfield and contains one of the few remaining drive-in theatres ...
... about the history of Chicago. We sat down for lunch at The Blue Frog and I started to worry about time. Springfield is a 4 hour drive - without sightseeing on the way so we wanted to leave by 2.30pm - and it was already 1pm. The sky deck visit didn't happen. I drove us out of the city, vicki pointed out as we were driving down 55 - we had put in the satnav 'fastest route' so we had missed the start of Route 66 and just ...