BEST WESTERN Quiet House & Suites

Address: 1130 N. Johns Street, Dodgeville, Wisconsin, 53533, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1130 N. Johns Street, Dodgeville, is near Governor Dodge State Park and Driftless Area.
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    Travel Blogs from Dodgeville

    UW Platteville

    A travel blog entry by muggins on Sep 22, 2015

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    Great guys here that were willing to make me feel at home as well as carry a conversation for hours. One bizarre highlight was giving an impromptu presentation to a Platteville Intro to College class of 20 or so freshman on Greek life. The other presenters were Joe, another SigEp and Sydney, the student body ...

    Last full day in dodge

    A travel blog entry by kmb91 on Aug 27, 2015

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    ... my fingers crossed I haven't got a case that weighs a ton!! I'm going to be so sad leaving the singers tomorrow but I've had the most amazing time in Wisconsin and Dodgeville. I couldn't have asked for a better time & that's all thanks to the singers and their amazing family. I've loved every second and will for sure be back to the land of cheese and cows before they know it. Tomorrow it's on another flight to the big old state of Texas!! This girls gonna find herself a ...

    Final Thoughts on My Trip

    A travel blog entry by keviimis on Jul 29, 2012

    ... of dining, each with different options. The basement was slightly more expensive but theoretically offered nicer food, and was served ala cart style. The middle floor was where I typically ate. This floor offered three to four different main course options and up to three sides. The sides ranged from soup to veggies to french fries. The top floor served schnitzel with fries or a vegetarian pasta dish every day, and was primarily intended for people ...

    Final Thoughts on My Trip

    A travel blog entry by keviimis on Jul 29, 2012

    ... the social norms that went with restaurants in Germany. Because tipping and table turnover isn't such a major part of the restaurant's income, you can sit at a restaurant and just chat for for hours without being bothered. Additionally, waitresses are paid far more, so tipping is never expected but instead seen as more of a reward for excellent service. On the topic of food however, I do enjoy the American grocery shopping experience more than ...

    Trolls!!!!

    A travel blog entry by johnandmarleah on Aug 29, 2011

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    ... town. We had to have lunch there amidst all that awesomeness! We ate at a
    place called The Grumpy Troll, shopped at a Norwegian imports store (of
    course we bought a troll), took pictures with some of our new friends,
    said our sad goodbyes to cousin Mavis and had to dash to the airport.

    It was a great trip and we're sad to go, we saw so many amazing
    things. Although getting to see our kitties and sleep ...