Super 8 Jacksonville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... my girlfriends and I hit the road for a differnt destination. It's fun and exciting. I have also taken some great trips with family and gone on missions trips through my church and school that has allowed me to see and experience other cultures.
Like many of you, I have a long list of places I would like to visit and experience. I personally am drawn to areas of history and ...
... museum was previously housed in the Old State Capitol building, which still exists and is located nearby. The new museum is up to par with the modern interactive museums. It has two theaters that offer two separate movies with seats that shake during the civil war scenes. The second theatre, provides a very cool 3D discussion that explains the purpose of the library and museum is to constantly research and provide a deeper understanding of the people ...
... old apartment, approximately 4 miles from the Illinois State House in Springfield Illinois. Ann and the kids have the tracker app, so If my blip disappears, start with her. Arriving and getting the key to the apt., I climbed aboard my bicycle and followed my iphone directions to the Lincoln Tomb, approx. 5 miles away. I did most sidewalk touring on this commute. The tomb is located in a large cemetery, and the large obelisk and statuary can be seen from a fair distance. I was not ...
... It was still in business, but wasnt open when we were there, which was a shame. But, we pulled our car into the carpark and pretended we were watching it anyway (sad I know!).
We then set off to see the best thing so far, the Cozy Dog Drive In. It had been on Route 66 since 1949 and was still going strong. We were determined to find it. It said in our book that it was in Springfield, so he headed on through and then looked ...
... did not return the same way), and walked across the bridge. Wow, how we made it across without falling through we’re not quite sure, but grateful that we did make it across.
We also have done some hiking and at HaHaTonka State Park is a “man made” castle, which was created again back in the early 30s, by a Kansas City business man who bought the land and had his dream castle made, but, unfortunately, he died ...