Illinois most famous museums and fun places to stay. A round up of the state’s more quirky museums and unusual lodgings around the state.
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Springfield Illinois: Relearning the legacy of Lincoln in his home town, visiting his home and tasting the “horseshoe” the unique sandwich of beef & fries.
Michael Witzel explores the flip side of Route 66 in his new book to offer details on the infamous Route 66 locations that once served as gang hideouts.
GoNOMAD presents excerpts from William Least Heat-Moon’s classic American road-trip journal Blue Highways.
Gary Buslik visits the haunts of Ernest Hermingway in Cuba and meets the old man from ‘The Old Man and the Sea.’
Haunted Route 66: Richard Southall’s ghostly stories and historical facts combine into the most helpful guide.
Traveling old U.S. 66 is the experience of a lifetime. See a sample of the great photos in the Route 66 Handbook.
Chicago’s riverfront has made incredibly exciting developments in the expanding city. Addition of family friendly activities and accomodations.
Charles Dickens travels to American in 1842 and expresses his disgust with slavery. He was a prolific travel writer as well as the author of many books.
A photo essay that takes the reader from Los Angeles across the country by train on the California Zephyr, Amtrak’s cross country train.
Agritourism has been an increasing trend in the U.S., with many farmers opening up their farms to the public for overnight stays.
Travel is a lot easier when you read about what others have done. Avoid the problems!