Hampton Inn & Suites Springfield - Southwest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn & Suites Springfield - Southwest
It was a great comfortable hotel for the money. It was clean and modern. We enjoyed the free wine tasting and appetizers. When we come back, we will definitely stay here again.
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We arrived early and got in line for tickets to tour Lincoln's home. We were in the first group. When Lincoln purchased his home, it was a one and a half story home. After his third child, he needed more room, so he added another story. Being a layer, he had a lot of money! The house was restored to the period when he just moved to Washington. They …
Hmmmmm, I am starting to see a problem with these drives! I have Kim nagging at me about my speed and my instantaneous bursts of road rage. The Garmin (with a feminine voice) is telling me to turn here, turn there, be in this lane, be in that lane, …. There are way too many back-seat drivers in this car!!!!
Our first stop is Abraham …
... by Ed Waldmire Jr. and his friend, Don Strand while they were stationed at an Amarillo, Texas base in World War II. We thought we would give them a go, just for the sake of it, expecting they would be horribly greasy. We were pleasantly surprised however. Not at all greasy and rather pleasant indeed. As was the interior of the diner. Plenty of Route 66 paraphernalia, information and memorabilia, the diner was full of ...
... really well.
The Oshkosh campus of UW is quite handsome, and just down the road is a knock-your-socks-off residence, considered an American castle. It was home to Mr. & Mrs. Pierce who made a fat sum in the railroad business, right after WWI. The walls are made of large granite blocks, and the interior is finished in rich, dark woods and marble. The grounds are awesome, planted in an ...
... this point having crossed over the state border from Missouri to Illinois). When we located 66 we passed through a few cute little towns before we managed to get up to Livingston - a small town only a stones throw from St Louis. In Livingston we headed for the Antique Mall, not to shop, but to see large fiberglass Mufflermen (the name given to large scale tourist enticing attractions used to get the attention of passing trade). We saw the flying saucer, ...