No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Cambria Suites Madison
Travel Blogs from Madison
... there food which wasn't the cleanest. Once we made our way past the babies we got into the big cow barn. The cows either looked at you like they wanted to eat you or they would back off. Can't say I've seen cows that big before either which was rather scary. They all looked so different to but they were your typical black and white cow. We had many laughs trying to get close to the cows and take pictures. I was determined to try and get a cow selfie. We then ended ...
... in the farming heartland of Wisconsin.
Having had the chance to explore parts of four of the five lakes (not Erie), we were struck by the sheer scale, which is amazing, and for the most part, it was easy to imagine they were actually oceans, with water views stretching to the horizon. Even driving only part of their span has taken several days and ...
... Sathon Bang in Bangkok. Check out our hotel! (http://chatrium.com/chatrium_residence _sathon/)
Weds 8/13 we hope a flight to Luang Prabang, Laos. We're staying at Le Bel Air Boutique Resort and Villa (http://www.lebelairhotels.com/). On 8/14 we are visiting the Pak Ou Caves, a sacred spot to the practitioners of buddism. While researching caves in Laos I came upon perhaps the most ...
... noon. Finally, the train came an hour and 15 minutes late. People were freaking out because they were going to miss their flights.
Once I got the airport, I got a trolley cart thing for my luggage, which was the most brilliant thing in the world. I half ran to the place to check my bags. The lady started asking me questions and then asked if I spoke French. Then she asked me the security questions in French. I got a little ...
... sisters, and sleeping for the first time since August 15th without a mosquito net tucked around me all seemed surreal. With every little thing I would do, whether it was opening up the refrigerator to get a glass of milk, using my laptop, taking a shower, or closing the garage door at night with the click of a button, I kept reminiscing about the people living in the slums. Pictures of little kids running around without shoes and laughing while playing the dirt and garbage, ...