Settle Inn and Suites Shawano
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Have been busy with family so missed a blog. Drove from Guttenberg to Clintonville via Lacrosse on Friday. La Crosse is on the Mississippi and is a very beautiful town. went to Grandad Bluff where we overlooked the town and river. Lovely drive from there to our relatives. Used the highways to get there.This was a different experience but still gave us great views across farm land. Wes was ...
... justice. When you turn the corner and see Delicate Arch before you, it's size and majestic beauty is overwhelming. We enjoyed our packed lunch on the slickrock of Delicate Arch before heading back to Grand Junction.
The weekend after Sarosh visited us in Colorado, we were off to spend the week in Wisconsin. The "cottage week" has been a tradition in the Hickey Family long before I was ever born, so it is always ...
... most days and I don't mean to get all sentimental here but this could truly be the last time I ever see them with my wildlife luck. Been chased by a shark on Great Barrier Reef, got a nice baby tiger bite on the foot in Thailand and a few other mishaps with the wild animal kingdom. I sure hope the silver back in Uganda does snap me in two.
Time to load up and head out. Until the next entry. Cheers - Braz
According to Travelpod stats, I have visited 11 countries and 55 cities. This doesn't include my trip to China in 2008, my trip to Krakow/Budapest in 2006, my trip to Europe in 2001, the work trips to Toronto and Montreal at a former job and travel with the continental US. So one would think, with all this travel, that I would be a pro at packing a suitcase and wouldn't mind doing it.
Just the opposite. I hate it. I loathe it. I dread it.
... stay with the same people I did the first two nights. Do any last-minute exploring. Try sancocho, their national dish, a chicken-meat-yucca soup.
Wednesday, April 9:
Head out very early to the airport and catch a short flight to Bogota, Colombia (the Capital, 8 million people). My friend told me to spend "0 or 1" nights in Bogota, so I'm taxi-ing it to a bus station and riding a bus for two hours to Tunja. From there I will ...