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

      Arrived safely in Istanbul

      A travel blog entry by cherylhanson on Mar 20, 2015

      ... a gift and a reminder to go to my quiet place so that I can be more present as I continue on this wonderful adventure. Our guide met us at the airport and took us to this quaint little hotel right in back of the Blue Mosque. It was especially beautiful at night. We went out for a walk and had our first Turkish meal. I had chicken shish kabobs and Steve had pizza. We tasted Raki which is a popular ...

      Is it Really Over?

      A travel blog entry by rotarygse on Jun 17, 2013

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      ... 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 ...

      Leaving Home and Scalding Tea

      A travel blog entry by ssodhi on Jun 02, 2013

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      ... I was about an hour early to the gate.. so I leisurely purchased my favorite decaf tea (Caribou Mint Verdana if anyone cares) and sat down to nap. Of course I also chose to take the lid off the tea so it could cool and in the process spilled the beverage across my lap and legs. Soaking wet pants - not the best idea for a full day and a half of travel. No worries though, the Minnesota store sells sweats.

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      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 ...

      The road goes on forever

      A travel blog entry by lcridd on Aug 19, 2012

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      We arrived safe and sound to Minneapolis the day before we went to a Robert Earl Keen concert called The road goes on forever, but the party never ends. It seemed fitting. We have been on the road for 5 months and are stopping for a while, but that doesn't mean the adventures are done forever. The open road will always be calling; just next time it won’t be with the La Monja.

      We parted ways with our trusty Toyota called La Monja in ...