Ramada Springfield North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... all the anxiety/depression pharmaceuticals on the market in today's world. Even with photography in its infancy, the photos of Lincoln over his presidency show a well earned, pronounced aging of this man. It took me just over 3 hours to get through the exhibits. After that I jumped back in the Subaru and headed to West Branch, Iowa for tomorrow's tour. Well this POS app isn't letting me post my pictures, it keeps crashing. So I will have to post the text ...
... The first required someone stay their and accept all maintenance responsibility for its upkeep. The second requirement was that the State could not charge its citizens to tour the home. What a guy! Right up my alley. The State of Illinois partnered with the National Park Service in the 1980's and the 175 + year old home has been painstakingly restored, and provides a remarkable look into how the president and his family lived. The house has many of the original ...
Woke up 8:30 am to the sound of wood being cut, dirt being shovelled and beer being drunk. Im soaking, my tents not leaking and it wasnt raining last night its just the morning dew collecting inside of my tent. Luckily for me im now a bit of a pro at the old minkers wash because of burning man and i go get my teeth cleaned and armpits washed at the truck. Time to start work on the bowl. Iv never made a bowl or worked with concrete for that matter so i dont have a clue ...
... food stop opened in 1946, the Gemini Giant at Wilmington, two brilliantly restored gas stations and a maple sirup (correct sp!) shop which marked the halfway point in Illinois.
200 miles took nearly 6 hours due to regular photo ops and diversions. We arrived in the State Capital exhausted but elated. We had driven on the right in our automatic Chevy, negotiated Stop signs (everyone stops and then takes turns!) and were delighted to be on the road on our journey. What an excellent ...
... after a day of riding without roadworks or any trucks barrelling past us.
We found it hard at times to follow Route 66 as the signs are sparsely scattered and the road weaves between smalls off shoot roads and the interstate; at other times, disappearing completely as the interstate is over the top of some parts. The parts we rode were such a pleasure and there was always something to look at.
Dinner was at Mario's Pizza - way too much food served - such big ...