Days Inn Kenosha-South

Address: 12121 75th Street, Kenosha, Wisconsin, 53142, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 12121 75th Street, Kenosha, is near Jelly Belly Center and Prime Outlets.
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Travel Blogs from Kenosha

Breakfast @ Sophia's & Home

A travel blog entry by leipskifamily on Aug 18, 2013

We woke up, packed up the car and picked up our friends' daughter (who was staying with her grandparents in South Haven these last 2 weeks). From South Haven we drove south to Benton Harbor to "Sophia's House of Pancakes." The recently vacant IHOP was a good sign that this place put them out of business. Sophie was amused by her name everywhere and we took her picture in front of the sign. It was packed but you could tell the elderly Greek owner ...

Jens' Northerly Adventure

A travel blog entry by ritaluther on Jun 16, 2013

3 comments, 1 photo

... Ford Mustang Convertible and camping supplies, and he is off. I would call this a mid-life crisis but he is 69! Maybe he is the guy who will live to 150. I hope so.

He promised to continue with the blog, and it is all set up for him.

Wish him good travels.


Carla's Recap

A travel blog entry by marandbob on Feb 14, 2011

... hot and we met the lovely Anna. Very good natured, very kind and she took us to the hotel. That night we had an amazing buffet, the barbeque was wonderful and the next day you had to be up early in the morning. So we went and we saw one of the most beautiful places on earth. We saw it from the Argentinean side and the next day we did it on the Brazilian side. Then we flew, and of course we had lost like 10 kilos or like 10 lbs. of sweating ...

Sand castles/ crab apples/ and other erosives

A travel blog entry by cambuyuu on Aug 30, 2010

... house of wholesome, green frugality. Thus far I have salvaged well over 500lbs. of usable materials: Five dollar rain barrels at the riverfront brewery! Free tools from the UEC basement! Curbside work benches, home decor, and 5 gallon buckets for plants. $1 bags of potting soil, cocoa mulch, vermiculite, and peat moss. Free plant pots from a rummage sale. Free organ! Free lunch from my new coordinator Willie (he's a great guy, I look forward to working with him). So many ...

Just getting started

A travel blog entry by kateconcarne on Feb 12, 2009

... clinic's workings. On the off days activities ranged from kayaking down to the Rio Istian (which was impassable, alas) to hiking up Volcan Maderas. Magnificent. This is why I want to return. I saw so many wonderful things, and want to do so much more. I want to go back to visit Dra. Sandra, the wonderful physician who would quickly become my adopted mom given enough time, and Dr Wilfredo, who also worked with us ...