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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... not get working key cards, the wifi didn't work, the room smelled terribly of smoke, and at one point, 2 of the employees came barging into our room (apparently they forgot that they gave us that room). Once we got settled though, everything was better. We ordered pizza, watched TV, and were able to really relax and just lay around all night - which we desperately needed after traipsing around Chicago for 3 ...
... salad and had a bit of Sarah's Caprese sandwich She said it was awesome!
After lunch we perused the meat case and picked out some meats to add to our picnic cooler. They had a great array of cheeses as well but we had enough of those so didn't buy cheese there.
We got back on 90 West and after about a half hour a very interesting group of rocks were seen on the right side of the highway. There was an ...
... back to the hotel around 4pm to change and head out for dinner. We went back to Wisconsin Dells and had dinner at Buffalo Phil's. It was a big place very near to Great Wolf Lodge and as you walked in it looked like a huge lodge. Our drinks were brought to us by a large electric train. Those servers must love their job! Dad wants to run the train if we ever open a restaurant. Toward the end of our meal (which was quite delicious) the train ran around ...
... isn't including all the other people that heard about it in the real world). Rob (my boyfriend) performed a show in the attic with his band a few weeks before for a combined birthday party and it was a HUGE success, so we decided that the benefit party would be perfect up there. Rob built a bar so we could have our friends bartend and sell drinks for cheap. He also purchased 2 kegs from our good friends dad who owns Wisconsin Brewing Co. ...
First day on the road started out with me waking up to the thought of eight hours in an RV with squeaks, bumps, bangs and some mysterious unidentified sounds unknown to human kind (never know what kind of sounds you will find in an old rented RV). I have ridden eight hours a few times to Tennessee before and it wasn't that bad, but that was with my friends, not a lot of traffic, and no constant squeaks and bangs. Driving what turned out to ...