Springfield Sleep Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I love to travel. I'm sure, if you are reading this, that we have that in common. I am not rich by any means but I feel like life is short and I should experience adventures now instead of waiting a whole lifetime and trying to do everything when I am older and may not be able to enjoy it as much.
Not everyone will agree with me but I prefer to live for the now. Every year as I ...
... all grew up learning the basics of Abe, from growing up in a one room log cabin to being assassinated at Ford's Theatre. If you wanted to know more, you were always welcome to dive into the stacks of books written in detail on all facets of his life. I too fall prey to a good movie, of which Spielberg's most definitely is (Daniel Day Lewis won an Oscar for Best Actor). I am always glad when I force myself to find another book on Lincoln and spend the ...
... with the monument, mostly because the inside where all the Lincoln family members are interred was not open to the public. The access to the plaza level was closed off as well, preventing a better view of the statuary. I climbed aboard my bike, and programmed in the Lincoln Home which is located deeper into downtown, about a 3 mile ride. The Lincoln Home was awesome. The President's eldest son, Robert Todd Lincoln, granted ownership to the State of Illinois with a couple ...
... 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 ...