Days Inn Springfield - South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... read it. I left with the reinforced understanding of how much Lincoln had to endure, and how he always forced himself to move forward. He lost 2 of his sons before his life was ended at age 56 by Booth. No question, his wife was a piece of work, who endured seeing her husband killed, and was alive to see 3 of her 4 sons die before her. Yeah, I say its okay if she became nuts. Both Abe and Mary would no doubt have been eligible customers or ...
... with the monument, mostly because the inside where all the Lincoln family members are interred was not open to the public. The access to the plaza level was closed off as well, preventing a better view of the statuary. I climbed aboard my bike, and programmed in the Lincoln Home which is located deeper into downtown, about a 3 mile ride. The Lincoln Home was awesome. The President's eldest son, Robert Todd Lincoln, granted ownership to the State of Illinois with a couple ...
... so Aiden asked if he'd like to pet her, to which he said 'no' - 'Why? are you scared' he comes straight back with, it sounded so comical. Like the famous five we searched our location. Trying to seek out a magnetic box. I eventually spotted something behind the drain pipe and sure enough we all celebrated with our #4 find. Kids curious to see what is in it. We unravelled the papers and added all our names to it, another spot marked down in history along route 66. Zoey ...
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 ...