AmericInn Plover-Stevens Point
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Spent the morning at Ki Wheelchairs , factory is growing hugely! Very happy friendly work crew which is always great to see. Came away with long list of things to do at home!!! After lunch at a local bar Andy and Doug went off to play golf and I drove over to Rudolph to visit the Wisconsin cheeses factory. So many cheeses all shapes ...
Another travel day today, although not the smoothest!!! Left hotel to go to airport and gps would not take us on the freeway and kept wanting to go down every backstreet of Chicago. Managed to change all the preset preferences and finally got us on the freeway. Made good time and arrived early for our flight, went to check in and couldn't at the kiosk so asked customer service agent for assistance. ...
... After two nights ago, sipping wine with 8 adults our age at an all adult park, this is crazy on another note, there is Internet and cable! When the AC is running we can't hear the music up the road so that's a blessing Monday morning we're back on the road for two hours, toward Manitowoc, WI where we board the RV onto the Badger at 2 p.m. and cross to ...
... Amish folk plowing fields with horses and riding buggies on the roads.
On Friday, we decided to tackle the Green Circle Trail in Stevens Point, a 26-mile walking/cycling trail that circles Stevens Point and two of it's suburbs, Whiting and Plover. Mike biked it, while Maggie and Braddock walked seven of the miles and we all met at the Hilltop Pub for lunch. It was a great workout for all, ...
Wed 26 June 2014
We carried on thru Wisconsin but on the spur of a moment we decided to make a little detour north, to the Smoky Hills. Michelle found a State Forrest that sounded interesting. This whole area is covered with many Lakes large and small, but one hardly travels for a couple of miles without seeing water. The main village is called Detroit Lakes which lies on a very large lake. We passed thru there and later found the sign for our Forrest. It was a ...