Holiday Inn Express Springfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
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Out of town now, the route passed through a series of villages and small towns, each possessing some relics and nostalgia of the Mother Road. Jolliet then Wilmington the home of the Gemini Giant at The Launch Pad. We had lunch at the Polkadot Drive-In but then got a little lost at Pontiac (the first of many detours). By chance though, we found a 66 …
... they packed up and moved the town in 1855! The "powers that be" at the time decided a new name was needed also. After some deliberation the name of the new town became Atlanta. At Springfield we find ourselves at the Cozy Dog. The Cozy Dog Drive In is a restaurant located in Springfield, Illinois which claims to be the first place to serve the corn dog. The claim states that the deep fried, battered hot dog on a stick ...
... of him at various ages, and on the exterior is another set of beautiful brass pieces. Check out the photos. The City of Springfield has certainly done its best to honor this man.
We also toured a really interesting home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, built in 1910. Despite its age, it has a very modern feel with large, open spaces, rich woods, and of course the art deco windows that grace much of his ...
After enjoying a few days in Chicago (more detail to follow about our stay in Chicago) we are off to pick up our van and start the Route 66 part of our trip. We have seen the signposted start point but then also went on a bus tour and the guide pointed out a different start point - so who knows! Anyway, here we are and here we go! By the way - there was between 4 and ...
... talk to you. It is known as the natural state for all of its natural beauty, and believe me, it is gorgeous. The roads reminded us a lot of cruising along the North Coast, with their switch backs, ups and downs and tree lined roads. It’s just missing one thing and that’s mountains. Now, we have been in the Ozark Mountains, but folks, they are just plain foothills to this girl. When your first time hiking is in the Rocky Mountains and you grew up in the shadows of ...