BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn on the Park
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I'm a 38 year old single girl. Yep, still single. And I'm tired of wanting to travel but not always having someone to travel with. I've been wanting to take a trip to Vienna, Prague, and Budapest for awhile but plans never quite get me there. I've seen several other places instead so it's not as if I've been sitting at home all of the time. But I'm getting older and maybe I just won't have ...
OMG! Soooo, I proceed to tell her that I pretty much am going to miss my connection so what are my options into Chicago or Milwaukee? She finds me a seat on a connection into Milwaukee that leaves Atlanta at 7pm. Okay, so I’m thinking I just have to get to Atlanta by 6:30. I do the math, with the time change I need to depart San Antonio by 3:30 to get to Atlanta by then. The current time was somewhere between 11 and ...
... 3:05 AM. I hope Dasha can sleep now.
So, it’s up at 4:00, leave for the airport at 5:30. The bags are 68 and 61 pounds. Camera backpack is heavy but firmly planted on my back. Roller bag with Kim’s camera has my laptop bag hooked on with my coat draped over it. Operation Stay With a Crowd of People All Around Me To Sneak All This Stuff On The ...
... went for a walk, got lunch and then wandered around some more. I had a look at various shops and then returned to the coach. We drove a very short distance to Miller brewery. Here we did a tour. We started with a movie and then had a look at the plant. This place is huge, lots to see and at the end there was tastings. An interesting experience.
Back on the coach we headed to Madison. We did some more intros and arrived ...
... Once on the highway, we drove about 2.75 hours to La Crosse, WI - our destination for the night. Luckily, we stumbled upon a 'non' fast food restaurant that was open after 8:00 PM - Pogreba's. The fare was delicious. Paul had Red Curry Seafood and I had Maine Atlantic Salmon. It took will power to resist the fresh strawberry shortcake for dessert! We landed at the Days Inn around 9:30. It was a relief to lay down and veg' out watching ...