Rodeway Inn Effingham
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... pretty quickly.
It was a pretty uneventful day; traveling through Ohio and Indiana isn’t too exciting. We stopped in Effingham, IL, which is about 100 miles east of St. Louis. We were able to get a “buddy site” at this campground and had a great dinner; BLTs and corn on the cob.
Mike is suffering with a bad back, probably a pinched nerve. We are hoping that a heat pad, some Advil and a good night’s sleep will remedy ...
... of frontier country
in those days. The area has a few Lincoln sights from that era, including the
Old State House in Vandalia, the third state capitol building in Illinois and
the one in which Lincoln served as a state legislator. It is now an interesting
historical site with rooms restored to the era when it housed most state
government offices as well as the legislative chambers.
In many parts of the U.S. the most ...
... on the road and ready to roll.
Once I got past Kansas City the scenery got a bit more interesting. It was a little bit hilly and there were tall trees that were showing the blush of autumn which was very scenic and a welcome change. The trees and also provided some wind block which was nice too. I got settled in and the miles melted ...
... htm) The cafe was highlighted on the Food Network channel on the show "Best Pies Made With Eggs". Jeff and I shared a piece of their infamous lemon meringue. It was delicious and well worth the stop. As I am typing this post, we are driving west on I-70 towards Kansas City. Our plan is to drive to Manhattan, Kansas where we will spend the night. Then tomorrow we want to find the Manhattan cemetery where Jeff's grandmother was buried. I will post more tomorrow. Until ...
... is a derelict industrial zone we finally found the Arch parking deck. The Arch is very impressive. The National Park Service runs a museum below the Arch Plaza. The museum traces the settlement of the West Starting with the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The museum's gallery is circular. There are date timelines across the ceiling. On the walls they have key facts concerning the evolution of western expansion and US history, including but not limited ...