Quality Inn & Suites of Stoughton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... blog for that matter.) South Dakota was like a great countdown. We took I90 the whole way across and starting above 400 on the mile markers we had to work our way down to 61 before we got to Rapid City. Again there were long straights but at least this time there were ranches and cattle on hills to look at so it was more ...
... for collision insurance... We were in the middle of northern farmland Illinois about 90 minutes from Madison, and proceeded to drive more defensively than we had ever thought possible until we pulled into our Madison hotel. We had every intention of hitting the town in Madison, but a couple glasses of whiskey and a much needed hot tub session had changed our plans (draining our motivation), to just grabbing some burgers and beers at the Great Dane Brewery, near our ...
Today we drove to Beliot Wisconsin to attend the wedding reception of Amanda and Matt.
Amanda is the daughter of Mary, one of The Girlfriends. Amanda and Matt got married last September in the courthouse 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 ...
... German practices. Having one major grocery store with many brands is much more convenient than having to shop across the city for certain basic foods. Additionally, the German grocery stores typically did not have carts. Instead stores offered baskets or occasionally even cardboard boxes to hold food in. While this fits with the German culture of only buying food for a few days, I find it far more convenient to fill a cart and have enough food for a ...