Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Springfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... in the back and a cattle pen,where the cattle could get their exercise while the trucker ate his food. Strangest thing we saw in Lincoln - a telephone booth on top of the City Hall roof! What on earth ...? Well, there are a number of theories around however, the truth is, there would be a weather spotter on the roof and if bad weather was seen to be on the way, the spotter would phone through the information ...
... natural beauty. This post is just an introduction, there will be much more to come as travel plans are made. In the next few months we have our anual girlfrend getaway planned and will a lot of great things to share. Until then the planning and anticipation are great!
I hope you enjoy coming along for the ride as I dream, plan, and travel to see the world one step at a time.
... were at The chain of Rocks Bridge, you used to be able to drive along the bridge into St Louis but now it is just for walking/biking. 20mins Drive & we were in St Louis. St Louis was a lot bigger than i imagined, in fact it was hard to find are hotel. There were a lot of Road works and we ...
... 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 ...
... We were told that basically it is because the Mississippi was the dividing point of the states and all the explorer’s went West of the Mississippi. It didn’t make much sense to us, but it is what it is. According to local history the Confluence of the two rivers is where Lewis and Clark spent five months at the Confluence mapping out the most direct route up the Missouri and on May 14, 1804 the Corps of Discovery set out on their two trips.
We spent about a ...