AmericInn Lodge & Suites Madison
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsAmericInn Lodge & Suites Madison
Great Room, Clean, large with a comfortable bed. Hotel seems fairly new and very comfortable. Good coffee selection in the lobby.
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As we left La Crosse, Wisconsin behind us and crossed back over the Mississippi, we headed north on US-61N/ US-14W for the remaining 30 miles of the Great River Road along the Mississippi, before turning west on US-14W. The first 20 miles or so looked promising, with twists and turns, up and down mountains, with great scenic views. Then suddenly, …
We drove 2 ½ hrs north to North Dakota and took all necessary pictures of Rees in front of the "North Dakota" road-side sign. We enjoyed the Chahinkapa Zoo in Wahpeton, ND. It was quaint with up close views of all the animals. The highlights were bison, ...
It rained and rained with gusty winds all night long. The temperature dropped into the 50s last night and was in the low 60s today. We spent the day inside our motorhome (reading, doing school work, playing X-Box, and watching TV) due to constant rain and wind. Our original plan for the day was to drive north in our little CR-V into the southeastern corner of North Dakota so Rees could claim ...
... in Madison, a small town outside of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. It is a gorgeous park with views of Herman Lake and Herman Pond, hiking trails through woods and fields, and a historic cabin built in 1870. Our campsite is near the lake and near a playground. The only negative is the smell. There is a serious algae problem in the pond… and IT STINKS. Since the campground is ...
... of corn that we passed on the drive, we also saw lots of road construction. Winters must take a heck of a toll on the roads in the upper Midwest, because they apparently rebuild the entire road system each summer. Thank goodness for the CB radios. Chris, Steph, Cindy and I chatted on the radio for miles, discussing the various 5th wheel trailers we saw passing us or in the many, many travel trailer dealers that line I-90. Trilogy, Blue Ridge, and Rushmore were all ...