BEST WESTERN West Towne Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... not get working key cards, the wifi didn't work, the room smelled terribly of smoke, and at one point, 2 of the employees came barging into our room (apparently they forgot that they gave us that room). Once we got settled though, everything was better. We ordered pizza, watched TV, and were able to really relax and just lay around all night - which we desperately needed after traipsing around Chicago for 3 ...
... our hotel, and we happened to get upgraded to this two bedroom, two bath mini apartment! It's a shame that we are only in this hotel for a night but at least we will get to enjoy some space for a little bit.
More driving tomorrow -- thanks for keeping up with the blog, I know I have been inconsistent lately with blogging! I will try to update daily for the rest of the trip (crazy to think that we get to New York on Saturday!!)
Thanks for reading,
Paige and Karin
... for their farmland and were growing huge windmills along with their corn!
We stopped for dinner at a Perkins where we decided instead of going all the way to South Dakota, we would stop in Luverne for the night. Mom was a bit road weary and ready for a stretch and a good night's sleep.
Our total mileage for today was 386 miles. Tomorrow we're heading for the Western side of South Dakota! We'll see if we get there!
... get the hat and glasses and then set out for Milwaukee, stopping off at Dubuque to have a look at the mighty Mississippi River and to take a rickety old cable car to the top of a high ridge over the town, which gave us a great view. We also saw our first ground hog, which was chomping on flowers alongside the cable track - it looked like a guinea pig on steroids - and also saw some chipmunks and a squirrel! Back ...
... all of Dane County and neighboring Iowa and Columbia counties. The Madison Metropolitan Statistical Area had a 2010 population of 568,593.
The main reason we wanted to stop here was because my Aunt Elsie and Uncle Cliff lived here for many years. It is a nice town with two large lakes in the downtown area but it's not a place that I would want to live ...