Drury Inn & Suites Springfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... extreme we think! Last small stop along this stretch before Springfield, Illinois is Atlanta. The story behind this place is quite amazing. Atlanta began as the settlement of Newcastle in 1854. Unfortunately the location of this small village was over a mile away from the railroad tracks and the station stop known as Zenia. Town fathers decided to do something about this. They couldn't move the railroad so they did the next ...
Driving east along the Upper Peninsula, we drifted away from the very rural areas for a bit more civilization. There are stores and services geared to fishermen and hunters, as well as boaters. In the winter, this will be a hot spot for ice fishing and snowmobiling.
Before long the road delivered us into Wisconsin, which is green and lovely, and where there are not miles and miles of soybeans and ...
... Springfield is the capital of Illinois and the home of Abraham Lincoln from 1831 until his presidency in 1861. He is buried there too. We did a driveby of his home and the capital building. The KOA was about 7 miles from the highway which is unusual for them. They are usually right by the highway. This was a beautiful spot very near lake springfield .It's amazing how much warmer and greener it was a little bit south. Spring was so much more apparent in the trees ...
... dogs at the RNA at home are way better! The restaurant did have lots of cool Route 66 memorabilia and a wall covered in number plates from the eight route states. We learned that the artist guy with the bus we saw earlier in Pontiac was the son of the cozy dog inventor. After this grease injection we headed for the Lincoln visitor centre and booked a Lincoln home guided visit. We had time to see the film at the ...
... looks! Then we travelled to his tomb site at the Oak Ridge cemetery. We all rubbed the bronze head statue's nose of Lincoln, its said to be good luck! We then had a tour of his family tomb site which was fascinating! Finally we moved on to our hotel for the next 2 nights in St Louis. Tomorrow its another early start to go see the Union arch, downtown St Louis and the Budweiser ...