Motel 6 Springfield
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... extreme we think! Last small stop along this stretch before Springfield, Illinois is Atlanta. The story behind this place is quite amazing. Atlanta began as the settlement of Newcastle in 1854. Unfortunately the location of this small village was over a mile away from the railroad tracks and the station stop known as Zenia. Town fathers decided to do something about this. They couldn't move the railroad so they did the next ...
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 ...
... diverted. The Sat Nav was going crazy. We finally arrived. Reception gave us lots of leaflets and everything looked really good so we decided to book another night & spend a full day in St Louis tomorrow. We were super tired so we ate & then went to sleep. ...
... through the Lincoln family cabin in the woods. Then we ventured into the second section of the museum - the White House that explained Lincoln's years in Washington.
By now it was past lunchtime and we needed to head towards St. Louis. But two things first:
1. Needed to put closure to the Lincoln experience by visiting his tomb in the Oak Ridge Cemetery. Unfortunately, it was closed to the ...
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 ...