Americas Best Value Inn La Crosse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Company run a hop-on hop-off bus service that takes us around town to about five different attractions. They also run one excursion each day. The highlight today was going to the Cheddarhead shop - the Green Bay Packers are called Cheeseheads. Wisconsin is famous for their cheese, this shop sold blocks of cheese they wear on ...
... not get that far unfortunately and let me tell you that reversing a Harley back down an offramp is not fun and hard work to boot. Needless to say, eventually got some quarters, reprogrammed my GPS to avoid toll roads, headed off again and have not used my quarters yet. Personally hate using the interstate highways as I feel that you cannot get a sense for the country that you are riding through. Unfortunatly, as I had a late start today, did, had a lot of miles to cover ...
... to Tollinois tomorrow (that is Illinois) but they have so many tolls it's ridiculous Hope to be near Youngstown Ohio tomorrow but thats another 685-700 miles so I am leaving it up to Shane where we end up as he is driving. Home here we ...
... took us through the heart of America's dairy land. And the license plates don't lie. You can't throw a rock without hitting a dairy cow. Fields of corn and wheat are interrupted regularly by well kept dairies. Milk tankers are a common site on the highways and back roads. Small towns regularly slowed our 55 mph speeds to 35 or even 25 mph. We stopped at a farm stand in Coloma, Wisconsin to purchase some fresh vegetables for tonight's dinner. Fresh sweet ...
11th-12th July A long day of traveling yesterday, we crossed the whole of Wisconsin. We drove to Milwaukee first to the Miller brewery where we had a tour, it was more about the history of Miller and their production capacity, than about beer making. We then drove to Madison, the state capital for lunch, it was a nice city, not very big, but with lots of independent shops and cafes. ...