Hampton Inn Lincoln

Address: 1019 N Heitmann Dr, Lincoln, Illinois, 62656, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 1019 N Heitmann Dr, Lincoln.
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    Travel Blogs from Lincoln

    Day 34: to Springfield

    A travel blog entry by fimonster on Jul 03, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    Today was 106 mile day which was flatter so easier cycling. Again overcast, wore arm warmers in the morning as temp was 68.

    Main scenery is now corn fields. Lots. Sadly as the corn has grown so high you can't see over the top so the views are always limited.

    Mostly uneventful day. Springfield is a large city and was the ...

    Minneapolis to La Crosse, WI

    A travel blog entry by akgraff on Jul 01, 2015

    8 photos

    We didn't make a ton of progress on the map yesterday, but did a lot. I took the Mini in to get the oil changed and purchased some roof rack crossbars so we could go to REI and get a cargo box. It remains debatable whether we needed it or not, but it looks awesome!! A quick stop at the Mall Of America, lunch at an Italian place, Tucci Benucch, (I needed some lasagna!) Off we go! Well, for a little while, then we saw an antique store where I needed to look for ...

    Route 66.. Our first day

    A travel blog entry by reevefamily on Sep 18, 2014

    ... named (hypenated town). Driving past a few more towns, Shirley, Funks Grove (famously make Mapel Sirup (how it is spelt), then McLean and a quick stop in Atlanta, where we saw the second giant of the trio on this trip, The Bunyan Giant, brother to Gemini Giant. Atlanta was a lovely small town, with R66 signs, a park and a few shops dedicated to this famous old road. The kids were tired and wanted to find the nearest ...

    So much to see, but is there transport?

    A travel blog entry by evans2014 on Jul 25, 2014

    1 comment

    ... The skies were so overcast I thought we might be in for another storm, but no just a few sprinkles.
    Maybe it's smog, with loads of industrial smoke polluting the air.

    The hotel has been refurbished lately, but the area is sad, so I hope there's a public transport system reasonably close to go exploring, as I know Paul won't drive into the city!

    I'll let you know tomorrow
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    Dying for trade

    A travel blog entry by terroraustralis on Sep 19, 2012

    4 photos

    The main industry for Lincoln appears to be tombstones!!! There are about 5 purveyors of beautifully crafted marble head stones, in all different shapes to cater for all, there is the one shaped like a dear for the hunter, the American flag for the patriot, the car, the motorbike, the list goes on and on. Again it is another one on those patriotic towns ...