Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Springfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... did not jive. I finely got us out of there and got onto Old Route 66. Some times it was hard to follow. We had to stop and put water in Dave P radiator for it over heated. I gave up trying to follow Route 66 and got us onto 55 which brought us right into Springfield IL to the Route 66 Hotel Conference Center for the night. Dave P's friend Steve Eckman flow down to St Louis rented car and met up with us at the hotel. We all went to dinner at the SGT. Pepper's Cafe. Then back ...
... gone and Michael and Christine are picking up our mail. JP's Lawn Care, has our yard under control.
Staying at Finger Lakes State Park in Columbia, MO tomorrow. I'm looking forward to visiting with my new friend, Pearlie. She and her husband are campground hosts. She is a quilter, need I say more?
Jeffrey has doctor appointments at Truman VA on Wednesday. If he gets the green light, it's Westward Ho on Thursday!
... my girlfriends and I hit the road for a differnt destination. It's fun and exciting. I have also taken some great trips with family and gone on missions trips through my church and school that has allowed me to see and experience other cultures.
Like many of you, I have a long list of places I would like to visit and experience. I personally am drawn to areas of history and ...
... time of the morning so we had a private tour. Purchased in 1844, this was the only home that Abraham and Mary ever owned. He was elected President in 1860 and the rest is history.
To continue our Lincoln experience, we spent quality time in the Presidential Museum therefore not having any time to explore the Presidential Library. The museum is exceptional in that it explores Lincoln's early life as ...
In my last post, I mentioned the State Fair campground. It's wild. I say that because, it appears to have been laid out by someone unaware of the topography. Most of the sites are on rolling hills and nowhere close to level. The host tells me it will fill up next week and all spaces will be taken. They fill up during the state fair with vendors. The vendors will pay $700.00 per ...