Cobblestone Inn and Suites

175 Waupaca Street, Clintonville, Wisconsin, 54929, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 175 Waupaca Street, Clintonville.
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    We are finally off on our Great Adventure

    A travel blog entry by brazoo on Jul 21, 2014

    1 comment

    ... 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 ...

    Packing H-E Double Hockey Sticks

    A travel blog entry by jmatczak on Mar 27, 2014

    3 comments

    ... Rick doesn't do Colombia, so his packing highness is of no use to me on this trip.

    China was easy (allowed one bag). The Dominican Republic was easy (swimwear). Spain was easy (allowed one bag). Iceland was easy (warm weather clothes). This one isn't proving to be so easy.

    I've been told to take a backpack instead of rolling suitcase. Ergh. If I take a backpack it means my carry-on bag cannot be a backpack. This limits me a bit, and ...

    Two Weeks Until Take Off

    A travel blog entry by jmatczak on Mar 22, 2014

    4 comments

    ... a guide or do this via horseback, but it should take most of the day. Somewhere in here I will try to catch a coffee tour at a finca/farm and play "tejo" at the local watering hole. Salento is also known for trucha/trout.

    Sunday, April 13:
    Catch a bus to Pereira, and another short bus to the city of Manizales (mon-i-sal-es), pop 300K. Staying with a nice couple through airbnb. The dad speaks a little English, but the mom does ...

    Number Six

    A travel blog entry by jmatczak on Feb 17, 2014

    6 comments

    ... in the last few years. Problems still exist, but the country is gaining more and more tourists. Panama is also coming into its own since the Panama Canal is now under its ownership.

    3) Both are diverse. Panama is supposed to be one of the most beautiful countries in Central America, and Colombia, with the Andes, the Amazon, the Caribbean, the ...

    Menominee Nation and Wolf River

    A travel blog entry by annarichard on Aug 27, 2013

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    up at 7 to pack for start of 6 weeks on the road. Had cereal and Pat's wild apples; cold showers! Said goodbye to Pat and she had omelette for us for 2nd breakfast. On road about 9.30 on back roads route from Sat Nav. Went through Clintonville so stopped at Ericson's Drugs for a magnifying glass. Found out where to get essential oils so went to Pam's in a beauty salon where Osterloth's Supermarket used to be (I went ...