Crowne Plaza Springfield
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... they packed up and moved the town in 1855! The "powers that be" at the time decided a new name was needed also. After some deliberation the name of the new town became Atlanta. At Springfield we find ourselves at the Cozy Dog. The Cozy Dog Drive In is a restaurant located in Springfield, Illinois which claims to be the first place to serve the corn dog. The claim states that the deep fried, battered hot dog on a stick ...
... that he made the 8 day train trip to Washington D.C for his inauguration (stopping for speeches along the way). We visited the family home here, the only home he owned, and it is mostly original including bedroom wallpaper. Much of the furniture was used Abe, Mary, Robert, William, Edward and Tad. Of special interest is a small desk that belonged to our 16th president, and the room where a number ...
... from kindergarten to eighth grade together along with my friend Donna. Our dad's were friends and our mom's too. James and Kathy have a great house that backs up on the forest preserve in south Chicago. He makes different vinegar flavors and sells them at flea markets. They grow all their own herbs and work on this project alot. We had a great visit and they made us homemade pizza for lunch. ...
Not a bad run compared to tomorrows trip - as we arrived early and before we could book in we went into down town Springfield and visited The Abraham Lincoln Museum - they may only have a short past compared to ours but they are very good at presenting it ! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Springfiel d,_Illinois http://www.visit-springfieldillinois.co m/Lincoln/Museum/ Glad we made the visit - especially as the Motel was out of the way, although clean and comfortable I wasn't ...
... after a day of riding without roadworks or any trucks barrelling past us.
We found it hard at times to follow Route 66 as the signs are sparsely scattered and the road weaves between smalls off shoot roads and the interstate; at other times, disappearing completely as the interstate is over the top of some parts. The parts we rode were such a pleasure and there was always something to look at.
Dinner was at Mario's Pizza - way too much food served - such big ...