Stumbled upon the offices of America's most famous lawyer. #history @enjoyillinois #USA
So, I just made my first wrong turn on #Route66. Not my last, I'm sure.
Ok folks, any guesses where I am now? Hint: the name of the town is the same as this guy's name! #Route66
Atlanta's Palms Café opened on #Route66 in 1934, fed travelers & offered weekly bingo nights. (Famous pulled pork!)
Wandering @SpringfieldTrip City Center, getting hungry. Anyone in the mood for Italian? @EnjoyIllinois #Route66
Lincoln #Illinois—dads pushing lawnmowers, barefoot kids in the park, tractors tilling the chocolate soil. #Route66
Sometimes, one place wishes it was some place else. California dreaming in Illinois. #Route66
My kind of town, my kind of store. #Route66 @CentralIllinois
My friend @NormalGeo's son Collin (age 4) asks what 66 means, peeking into the windows of this retired roadhouse.
Inadvertently found the home offices of a friend back in WashingtonDC! @aaronschock. @SpringfieldTrip @enjoyillinois
My Bible! “@stoweaway: Do you have your EZGuide? (We had a few misturns even with the guide)” #Route66
Built on #Route66 in 1929, The Mill sandwich shop is undergoing renovation: savethemill.org
Beneath the overt nostalgia, a clear sense of pride in what we built & what we became. #Route66 @discoveramerica #USA
Though Atlanta boasts only 1,645 residents, this @centralillinois town is entirely devoted to its place on #Route66.
Welcome to Atlanta @CentralIllinois, where Paul Bunyon & hot dog make me feel quite small. #Route66
Winning 1,866,452 votes, Abraham Lincoln elected President of #USA in 1860. Wrote his inaugural speech here.
Welcome to the Land of Lincoln! Sitting atop the world's largest wagon (really) off #Route66, studying law in effigy.
Heather & Fonda, servers at the Palms Café in Atlanta #Illinois. "Don't show this to my parole officer," jokes Fonda.
Not always that easy to follow the original #Route66. Constant effort to exit the big roads in exchange for smaller.
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