Dahlmann Campus Inn
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- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Wisconsin on it. They have massive memorabilia shops I literally couldn't choose. Ended up with a Wisconsin Badgers one and a keyring to add to the collection. Then it was a Italian dinner stop before we headed home. Some words that the singers say I find so amusing and Italian is one of them. They pronounce it "eye-talian" which always makes me smile. All stuffed & our food boxes to take out in hand we were off back to Dodgeville. A few jokes and laughs then it was off to ...
... a bit of a ride.
We then went through miles and miles of corn and soy bean fields. The scenery was beautiful. We drove through to Wisconsin and ended up at New Glarus, which is a small Swiss town. Funny thing, there was a car show on, so Darryl’s eyes lit up a little. We had a beautiful lunch and then went for a little walk around town.
Everyone talked me into getting on the bike for a ride, so I did. It was a bit scary ...
... up one of the main drags, stopping to look in shops, where it is possible I went a little bananas. But with things like gingerbread incense and lip balm in miniature sugar skull pots, how could I not? After our wander, we went to a pub down the road for dinner and a couple pints. The food was fantastic, and we took the time to reminisce about our ridiculous adventures in Bali together. Naturally, Kyle had to block his ears for some of it. And ...
... out the banging while I was reading I listened to Keith Urban's album Fuse on my headphones so I could concentrate.
I switched on and off all day between sitting on the couch and laying on the bed. I have learned that it is way more comfortable sitting on an RV couch than sitting in a car seat with a seat belt. It was especially comfy laying on the bed, except when we went over big bumps because it went bum-pity bum-pity ...
... information from our destination travel bureau or Trip Advisor recommendations, easily accessible and fun to share with fellow travelers. Hence no need for a travel agent to file everything into a folder, when I can do the same and enjoy my vacation planning. Vacations aren't the cheapest creature comfort, so why pay someone to plan your get away when you're a customer # / ###.
Vacations are meant to be downtime from work, the break away ...