Phipps Inn

Address: 1005 Third Street, Hudson, Wisconsin, 54016, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 1005 Third Street, Hudson, is near Knoke's Chocolates, Phipps Center for the Arts, and Isaac Staples' Sawmill.
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    Travel Blogs from Hudson

    Minneapolis day 2

    A travel blog entry by journeyofkale on Aug 14, 2013

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... and ran into the Mississippi river and found a place to skip stones. I found a waterfall too!

    I like it here, but know I must travel further West soon. I possibly have a ride leaving Friday morning that will take me well into South Dakota. We shall see. Ok I am going to try to add some pictures to the entries I've already written since I have the luxury of being on a mac computer right now. Adios for now...

    Ben
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    Is it Really Over?

    A travel blog entry by rotarygse on Jun 17, 2013

    1 photo

    ... airport to pick her up. You can ask him, but I think I was ready to see her. I remember being in the car hoping we could get there faster - I didn’t want her to have to wait for us. We arrived in good time and Carole had just arrived at the baggage area. Like all savvy travelers she was going fully carry - on so made it through quicker than usual.


    The rest of the day was with a young architect named Robert. He had been on a ...

    Airport Bars and The Point System

    A travel blog entry by meyerthomas81 on Apr 18, 2013

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... soon enough... We've already hit a few stops, and given that, Chad has deemed it necessary to start a point system. Here is how it works: ok, we don't exactly know how it works, but basically, every time one of us delays our travels, we are given one point. So far, here are the standings: Mike - 1: one point awarded for being sick and forgetting to sign my passport Jared - 1: one point for unknowingly ...

    Procrastination

    A travel blog entry by lizaexplores on Dec 19, 2012

    ... Make sure you have any credit cards, traveler's checks, etc in a place where you won't forget it. Take a last look at your packing list to make sure everything on it is in your suitcase. Have your roommate sit on top of it while you comically attempt to zip it. And weigh it. 50 lbs is the typical limit for domestic flights now and two 50 pound bags for international. Nobody likes finding out they're overweight by a pound and have to pay an extra $50.

    5. When ...

    Flying west

    A travel blog entry by dannydoy on Aug 12, 2012

    ... was nice but it was a shame not to see the ending, ah well, another film I'll have to rent I guess.
    I met up with Mandi and Ray at the airport. Luckilly the flight was on time so that went without a hitch! We then headed into the Mall of America for a sushi lunch before starting on our journey west.
    We travelled all the way to Mitchell before pulling over for the night at a nice little camp ...