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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    Across Wisconsin

    A travel blog entry by jrammon on Aug 09, 2013

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    ... go for a bit but not as bad as LA. We arrived downtown Minneapolis and quickly realized there was a Vikings pre-season football game tonight. Purple and yellow people were everywhere. Some wore Viking hats and fur vests. We checked into the Seattle Suite at the Depot hotel, dropped our bags and headed out for the Mall of America. Just 20 minutes and we arrived. It is BIG, really BIG. Over ...

    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 ...


    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 ...

    Eight Weeks and Counting

    A travel blog entry by kellyrose on Mar 26, 2012

    ... that is hard to explain. To be able to be free, learn new languages and submerge yourself in foreign cultures – it’s exhilarating!

    I have already started selling things in order to be better prepared once it gets closer to departure time. Thus far, things that are gone: big screen, smaller tv in my room, book shelf and record player with stereo, stand and records. Still a few things left but not too ...

    Home sweet home

    A travel blog entry by erik.johnson on Mar 22, 2012

    ... some hosts might expect this). I've found that it was much more a give and take. You share work, stories, experiences,
    etc. And for a few days, your lives'. Sometimes more about their lives'
    is learned than expected.

    I been given advice about relationships, teaching, tramping, jobs,
    properties. With most of these things it's what to avoid. Marriage and
    kids are apparently out as they 'take away all hopes of dreams you once