Super 8 Madison South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... been up there. We then wandered on to state street. They had quite a lot of quirky little independent shops. Me and jenny stopped for a warm up hot chocolate & coffee whilst Wendy browsed the shoe shop. We then headed inside of a center of the arts building where they hold theatre shows occasionally through the summer. Had a very cool stair case round the edge which looks over the middle part and down into one of the stages. I was determined to get a top of some ...
... advertised "cheese" for sale.
We're a family who loves cheese so from my dad to Jadin we were in cheese heaven. We even made a purchase for Laneshia's dad (who we bought cheese as a gift to bring back to Texas).
Sorry not much time to write, I'll fill in the details later - enjoy the pics for now. ...
... It finally sold the day before we left. There were stressful times, but everything has fallen into place nicely. In a couple days, we lose our great insurance through my state job. We bought travel insurance through a British company that will cover theft, catastrophic coverage, trip cancellation, etc.
Deanne and I had nice sendoff parties from our work places, and we had the Orton Park Festival in Madison ...
... miles. If you happen to be curious like I was I looked into it and Beijing is 13 hours ahead of Madison for time.
As far as getting home goes I will be flying out of Shanghai, China on June 17 at 3:55 PM. I will again stop in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on my way back to Chicago O'Hare airport and I will arrive there at about 8:03 PM on June 17. With both flights I will be flying United Airlines and Air Canada.
Moving northeast, we leave Iowa and enter our next state Wisconsin (the cheese state). As you can see from my other postings we enjoy seeing the capital building on our travels. They give a one hour free guided tour of the building, it's history and the background of the items inside. So we had lunch downtown and picked up the afternoon tour.
George B. Post & Sons designed the Capitol, which was built between 1906 and 1917 at a cost of ...