Quality Inn & Suites of Stoughton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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So today was a roller coaster - lots of ups and downs. It started out great. We left Chicago and in 2 and a half hours or so, we were in Madison, Wisconsin. I was shocked by how much I loved Madison. It was such a nice place to stop and spend some time. We ate breakfast at an awesome little place called Mickie's. It reminded me a lot of Pamela's - from the line out the door, to the cash only signs, to the ...
... and self cater - has quickly become more of a challenge, and there will - at least for a couple of months - be less opportunity for spur of the moment spontaneity in our itinerary planning. in the meantime, our accommdoations have provided us a great base for our continued exploring.
As we progress on our journey, we have taken a keen interest in ...
Actually left our house on Mon., Jan. 21, at 12:25 after a few mishaps (spilled chocolate in the car ... froze instantly ... and wine in the kitchen - couldn't have had things spill that could make worse messes). Outside temperature at departure 5 degrees! No wonder we are heading south! Katie W. thanks for the slippers. Keeping my toes warm while riding as the passenger. We love ...
... preserves. After googling our proposed route (and that is quite nebulous to say the least) we are planning on staying close to the Mississippi River on our way to the Gulf. From there we will meander to McCormick, SC to spend time with Valli's mother and sister. From there - who knows where our wandering will take us. So, we will write again on the day prior to our departure. Hasta ...
... to have unlimited power as long as no other administrator stopped them. In addition to this tangled system is 500 years worth of miscellaneous bureaucracy. The university has been existence for over 500 years, which is really impressive in a historic sense. Unfortunately, it also means that the layers of bureaucracy are especially set in stone. I wouldn't be surprised if there was still an office to bring bubonic plague complaints too. I felt ...