Candlewood Suites Springfield
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Reel Big Fish, Less Than Jake and Millencolin i couldnt of picked a better selection myself! In exchange for our help The General (the guy whos house it was and bowl it was to be) fired up the bbq and we got some gigantic pork steaks. All this good food and music is making me start thinking about going out, apart from the karaoke night in Miami iv not really had a proper night out. Mikels keen and Kaleb is cool to go with the flow. Angie who is the mother of ...
... huge conservation project of the Midewin Tallgrass Prairie), In Wilmington we saw the Gemini Giant, at the now closed Launchpad Inn.; From there we travelled through to Braidwood, home of the Polkadot Drive In, which had a number of statues, including Elvis welcoming everyone in, Blues Brothers for the order takers, and more on the other side of the building, which I forgot to photograph... Along the way we saw restored ...
... surprise. The Dana-Thomas House is a beautiful Frank Lloyd Wright designed house known for having some of his most intact house interiors anywhere. It’s a state historic site now and open most days for tours. Before continuing on to the Saint Louis area I finished my day in one of the Midwest’s more pleasant small cities with a Hefeweizen shandy at Obed and Isaac’s Brew Pub. It really hit the spot after walking all around town on a warm sunny ...
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 ...