Days Inn Springfield - South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... natural beauty. This post is just an introduction, there will be much more to come as travel plans are made. In the next few months we have our anual girlfrend getaway planned and will a lot of great things to share. Until then the planning and anticipation are great!
I hope you enjoy coming along for the ride as I dream, plan, and travel to see the world one step at a time.
... surrounding Lincoln and presidency. Library: The library is a working research library and does have some revolving exhibits to view, however, it doesn't come close to the museum for browsing. The library collection is immense. One exhibit said that more books have been written about Lincoln than any other person with the exception of Jesus Christ. Lincoln: The Spielberg movie no doubt provides our majority conduit into the life and times of Abe ...
... route is well signposted in Illinois but that didn't stop us from getting lost a couple of times, Hey! that's the fun of the drive. One tip though, don't get a Sat Nav just buy a Sim card with unlimited data and use your smartphone. We got ours before we left the UK for around £30. It provides unlimited data, free calls to the UK/US and unlimited texts worldwide. There are various companies that do them, ...
Drove from Troy, Michigan to Springfield, Illinois. Going to stay in Springfield until Monday.......in order to see all the sights in this beautiful Capital city. Chicago city centre was crazy, some kind of festival going on......got the H..l out of Dodge. Drove through some very quaint and historic small towns along the way.....lots of Route 66 photo opportunities. Ian has a perpetual smile in his face.....driving me crazy ...
I had actually planned on starting this quest next week. However, an unfortunate incident caused me to start it today. I have three sisters and one brother. My oldest sister, Donna lives in Springfield along with her husband, Steve. Unfortunately, Steve's father, Frank Matheis died earlier this week, and the visitation and funeral were held today. Frank was 92, so he "played the whole game" as I like to say. He was ...