Staybridge Suites South
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... entire house was on the tour, which was not the case at the Truman House. It is worth seeing this national treasure, and the NPS has done a tremendous job preserving this history. I used Yelp and found a hole in the wall greek restaurant, and had a decent greek chicken salad, and am now at a Starbucks sitting outside typing this. The weather was great, and the day was great...Tomorrow I tackle the Lincoln Museum and Library, and then head to Iowa to the Herbert Hoover Library and ...
... on her words and Aiden showing us how clever and quick he was with his math. Levi is now reaching for pick ups which is wonderful, offering his apple to share and I'm more than willing to oblige in any of his requests. Jasper perfected his gurgles and giggles and seeing his little face light up with smiles when talking to him. Homework done, the kids went off to play. We made plans for meeting the next day, to set off on our family holiday to St Louis. We left 5.30pm so ...
... by the end of the day saying the same thing over and over. There is not much original left in the house - but we were told not to touch the walls or doors and stay on the blue carpet. The only thing we were allowed to touch was the original railing to assist ourselves climb the stairs. Before we knew it we were out the back door and the tour was over. We then drove over to Lincoln's tomb and got there just with ...
... only full of Mexicans!! Jumped back n the car and had a headed towards Joliet where we got some cool photos of old American gas pumps. In Wilmington I got my photo taken with the Gemini giant at the launching pad drive in and had a chilli cheese dog at the poka dot drive inn in braidwood. Got chatting to a Route 66 veteran who helps run the 'amblers texaco' and explained all about the first fire engine in the ...