Days Inn Springfield - South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Springfield
... get themselves sorted distraction free. When we hit the interstate, the thunder opened up again & started raining, getting harder the closer we got to hotel. We got stuck behind a big arctic lorry spraying back water so bad our windscreen wipers just wouldn't clear it, so we tried to over take to be able to see, but there was no let up and 4 long haul trucks to pass by. In doing so we missed out turn off, but in front of the trucks we could at least see a little better, the ...
... so we all played out in the massive garden with the kids and midges, they just love me. Garden chores and health & safety inspections made. We headed off for some pumpkin picking in Auburn. It's a pick your own & donate in the pot set up. It was great fun searching for whole pumpkins, by not mistaking half rotten ones, rummaging around in the undergrowth with the crickets and my friends the midges. The kids done a great job gathering their ...
... s great to have that after school one to one, no competing for attention. Aiden wants to come see England he tells me. We talked about possibilities and working hard to do the things he wants to do. We stocked up with sugar for Jay and water to hydrate us all in this sweaty heat of about 86* & a top tip in hand from Marra to tackle midge bites. We strolled back past the local market store, and back to theirs. Until a split decision & debate at which path ...
So armed with our car and our EZ66 guide (easy, well we'll see) off we set this morning having retraced our steps by car to the original starting point on Adams and Michigan. After just a slight diversion ( the Chicago Fire and Rescue deciding to practice their skills Downtown and shut off several streets) we set off following our invaluable guide on the first part of our journey, 200 miles to Springfield, the State Capital.
Some sights en route included Dell Rhea's Chicken Basket, ...
... for awhile.
We stopped at several quirky places along the way, buying souvenirs, taking photos and just coming to terms with the fct that we were finally riding this amazing road we had heard so much about.
We stopped at Pontiac and took photos of the museum, inside and out; the hotdog giant and then headed off to lunch place called "Kicks" in Towanda.
We continued onto Springfield, via Hall's Harley Davidson shop and then onto the hotel. We were ...