Days Inn La Crosse Hotel & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Day 27 Big thunder storms and rain last night. We woke already moored at Le Crosse. The name originated when Lt Pike saw the Native Americans playing a game with sticks resembling la crosse. The city started as a logging town and is now a university city - 3 universities and 1 institute of tech knowledge. Each day the American ...
... to get to La Crosse before nghtfall. That said, did manage to use some of the highways in and around Chicago and was able to get a feel for the area. Beautiful, green, lots of water springs to mind. But it is summer and I believe it gets pretty cold in winter. Ride was pretty uneventful save the fact that I am used to riding on the left hand side of the road and spent most of my day reminding myself to stay on the right hand side of the road. Not hard but something to be mindful ...
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 ...
... to pull their boats right up to their campsites and tie off. The peninsula itself is about 75 yards wide, and the sites are well spaced. It had rained most of the day before we arrived, so our sites were very wet, but we were able to unhitch and hook into the utilities despite the large puddles.
Dinner went as planned. Chris grilled some chicken and made green beans and boiled sweet corn for all of us. I sauteed some vegetables and made sesame ...
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. ...