Comfort Suites Madison West

Address: 1253 John Q Hammons Dr, Madison, Wisconsin, 53717, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1253 John Q Hammons Dr, Madison, is near Lake Mendota, First Unitarian Meeting House of Madison, Ice Age National Scenic Trail, and Elver Park.
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    Dodgeville & Madison

    A travel blog entry by kmb91 on Aug 24, 2015

    14 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Couchsurfing and the Midwest

    A travel blog entry by dragonfly911 on May 20, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... to see Verena. Unfortunately, not all went to plan as me and my fiancée at the time broke up when I was in Paris, and I flew home the next day. So I didn't even get to see Verena, after she was the main reason I booked the ticket! So finally pulling into Madison, after a 24 hour bus ride, I was ecstatic when she pulled up with her husband Kyle. Obviously a lot has changed for each of us, with me mooching my way around the world, and her ...

    A Capitol Walk

    A travel blog entry by bobkat68 on Jul 09, 2014

    5 photos

    ... between two lakes.   The Capitol is a magnificent building.  Security is minimal.  You can go any place which is open except the offices. We started under the huge dome on the first floor and watched demonstrators singing protest songs. Took elevator to the 4th floor and walked up to the 5th floor. There is a small plastic "bubble" in the side of the dome which gives very unique views both up and down. Went out on the walkway around the outside at ...

    Travel agencies: going, going, almost gone

    A travel blog entry by murkypig on Jan 20, 2014

    ... away for the convenience of a cookie cutter package deal. There may be an occasion in which you have to use a travel agency, as in the case of being in a destination wedding or going to a big-ticket event. I came across this several years ago for the Winter Games in Vancouver. In the end we bought event tickets via a lottery system, but saved thousands when booking a hotel away from the city and flying into Seattle.

    Many major air carriers ...


    A travel blog entry by augustinesghost on Aug 30, 2013

    It was primarily a boring driving day today, but the dull car time was sandwiched between a fun morning and fun evening. The drive itself - from St. Louis through Illinois up to Madison, Wisconsin – was not very interesting. I saw my first wind farms of the trip. I love those things! So many questions, though: why are the towers spaced so far apart and why do they have to all be painted ...