BEST WESTERN PLUS Grand Seasons Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and types mmmmmm cheese!!! I then went to the Rudolph grotto and gardens, beautiful fall colours but a bit spooky as not a sign of any other person! Went out for dinner with Doug and his daughter at father fats great tapas bar and discovered a cool Napa wine "sexual chocolate" gonna try and get some of this to bring home over the ...
... having difficulty finding is so I gave him copy of andys itinerary and he said oh they changed your flight but I've managed to get you a seat, gave him my itinerary he said your flight was at 8am!!!!!(it's now 11.50!!) travel agent had booked us on different flights and we never thought to check!!! No more seats on the flight to greenbay but a flight going to Appleton , boarding NOW so no time ...
... in the afternoon so we had several small stops. he finally found a passable coffee at a Kwik Trip. The waitress said they had a new machine which gave coffee like Starbucks. Wes was a little sceptical about how good it would be but was pleasantly surprised.Coffee is cheap.We paid $3.36 for a coffee and an ice-cream for me.
Saturday was spent with family. we are staying with ...
... off work, being away for their young kids or the $$$ to be able to do this multiple times? Not us for sure.
If your interested, our entire trip itinerary is in an entirely different entry in this travel blog if you want to take a look along with our gear list which we agonized over for weeks. The issue isn't the weight or number of suitcases to get over and back from Africa, the issue is within Tanzania. If you choose ...
... the Packers originally played football on back in the early 1900's. There was a street festival going on that day as well which always fits in with our plans!
On the way to Green Bay we discovered that a small town in Wisconsin, by the name of Seymour, apparently created the world's first hamburger. We took country roads to and from Green Bay and saw more quaint dairy farms, a really cool old ...