Courtyard by Marriott La Crosse Downtown / Mississippi Riverfront
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Company run a hop-on hop-off bus service that takes us around town to about five different attractions. They also run one excursion each day. The highlight today was going to the Cheddarhead shop - the Green Bay Packers are called Cheeseheads. Wisconsin is famous for their cheese, this shop sold blocks of cheese they wear on ...
So collected my bike, nice 2014 Harley Davidson Ultra Glide, packed, programmed the GPS and headed off to La Crosse. Tip, make sure that you have got some quarters if you happen to get onto a toll road. Discovered this the hard way when I was directed on to a toll road, toll road signs are quite small by the way, and learnt to my horror that the booths are unmanned and that they only accept Ipay (locals method of paying online) and change that you through into a bowl and off you ...
On our way home 702.5 miles today. Joked with Shane we should've tried for the iron butt (1,000). There is no way we left at 6am and did 11 hours in saddle. Good ride though not much traffic. Will get worse from here. In Wisconsin now not ...
... took us through the heart of America's dairy land. And the license plates don't lie. You can't throw a rock without hitting a dairy cow. Fields of corn and wheat are interrupted regularly by well kept dairies. Milk tankers are a common site on the highways and back roads. Small towns regularly slowed our 55 mph speeds to 35 or even 25 mph. We stopped at a farm stand in Coloma, Wisconsin to purchase some fresh vegetables for tonight's dinner. Fresh sweet ...
11th-12th July A long day of traveling yesterday, we crossed the whole of Wisconsin. We drove to Milwaukee first to the Miller brewery where we had a tour, it was more about the history of Miller and their production capacity, than about beer making. We then drove to Madison, the state capital for lunch, it was a nice city, not very big, but with lots of independent shops and cafes. ...