Best Western Executive Inn
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Returning to Carthage College after 22 years was exciting. The college campus has been transformed with new dorms, new athletic center (quite good), new student center, new library and building for law department (old library) . In fact, they were renovating the old science building to accommodate growth. We walked through a few buildings to see ...
... they used to teach. They also treated me to lunch at an old school hamburger place called Kewpee's, which was awesome. I had a double cheeseburger, fries and a strawberry malt. It was great to meet up with Dick and Jan again, and I'm looking forward to seeing them the next time they visit La Crosse. My ride to Kenosha went quickly, it was only another ten miles or so from where I left Racine. I arrived at ...
... the trip, so I wasn't able to do much research.)
I had seen something about how they had displays of bathroom fixtures done by artists. I thought that that was all the museum displayed. In fact, the Kohler Arts Center is a 100,000 square foot art museum with galleries, performance space, classrooms for the arts-based pre-school arts, and lecture halls for demonstrations ...
... and we went to Caminito and Boca. So we went around, some of you got some very sexy pictures with tango dancers and bought soccer jerseys and walked around and after that we went around the city and we went to the famous Café Tortoni, the first café in Buenos Aires. We had a light lunch there and then we continued. We dropped some people off at Florida Street to do a little damage there. Then we got to the hotel and you got the rest of the ...
... I found interesting but may bore the snot out of you:
- Our entire trip including plane travel was 19,737 miles long!
- Our total route from Livingstone to Cape Town was 4,460 Kilometers (2,771 miles). That is approximately the same distance you would cover driving East to West through the US from Raleigh, North Carolina to San Francisco, California! And that doesn't even include the day long game drives, mokoro rides, quad-biking, ...