The Speckled Hen Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and unleashed the contents onto the town.
We are going into town today to get jeans and other items.
We went to Target. It is completely different to the ones in Australia. It is like Woolworths and KMart combined. It is huge!
... the shop and knew what we were getting. We got an American favorite, Chex Mix.
The plane was small. Like, really really really small!! We were only just above the clouds and then the sunset began. It was amazing. Absolutely beautiful!
As we landed at Madison airport, I realized that there was a small layer of snow in the ground. It was freezing and that just made all of us happier.
My grand parents picked us up and without any delay we were off the the farm. ...
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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 ...
... noon. Finally, the train came an hour and 15 minutes late. People were freaking out because they were going to miss their flights.
Once I got the airport, I got a trolley cart thing for my luggage, which was the most brilliant thing in the world. I half ran to the place to check my bags. The lady started asking me questions and then asked if I spoke French. Then she asked me the security questions in French. I got a little ...