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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We arrived in De Forest, Wisconsin yesterday. The KOA is really nice and there are virtually no bugs which is a welcome relief. This campground is about 9 miles north of Madison which is the state capital. This morning we had a thunderstorm come through but now in the afternoon the sun is out and it is beautiful. Unfortunately it is 84 degrees but ...
... hand, there are several advantages that I can enjoy in the U.S. Above all else, I miss the train system of Germany. Combined with the ability to travel all around Hessen for free made for an amazing opportunity to visit cities I normally wouldn't have. Being able to simply board a train without lines, security or any other impediments was great. It really does make flying seem even less pleasant, despite the additional time required for train rides. ...
... own bed
will be fantastic.
We are definitely not going to miss all the fried foods and we can't
wait to eat salads every day for the rest our lives! On the other hand,
we'll miss our family and the wilderness and we had tons of fun
speaking with a Wisconsin accent for the week, it provided us with hours
of entertainment and eventually stuck. Hopefully John won't slip into
it while ...
... instead. We ate
lunch/dinner at a super duper depressing Cornish diner. Marleah had a
pasty and I bet you'll never guess what John ate.... Cheeseburger!
Laurie and Mavis spent time together at the hotel, John and Marleah
went shopping at H&M and then we had late night hotel room fun,
eating cheese and crackers, drinking wine and laughing a lot. It was a
great way to spend the last night of our ...
On the eastern side of Minnesota and in Wisconsin, we started to go by hardwood forests. I know there are oak and maple trees, but I have no idea what the rest of them are except plentiful. The thick growth of trees is so dense in some places that you couldn't crawl through them. It's beautiful, for sure.
It is so obvious, traveling through these states, that water is the life blood of the earth. Minnesota is the "Land of 10,000 ...