Days Inn Portage
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... travel partner! So as I'm starting to near the age of 40, I'm deciding to put my big girl panties on and travel solo. Alone. Such a scary and depressing word to me in many ways, but also a word of comfort in my life. My plan is to make it a word of strength instead. At some point this summer, my first solo trip is waiting. I'm planning to take a driving trip west during the most beautiful time ...
... on items she had to bring of mine.
It gets close to the time she is boarding in Madison and I’m not hearing a word from her. I send her a couple of text messages and nothing. I’m convinced they stopped her at security for having an extra carry-on. Or she is lying in a ditch someplace and can’t answer me. But thankfully she made it. She was able to get on board with my camera gear and her camera gear and all was well. ...
... was then end of the tour for
the north by north east tour so they were leaving. However we were getting some new people for the western part of the tour. There were only 3 new people. We then got on the coach, waved goodbye and then left Chicago.
On the first part of the trip i updated, read and watched part of a movie. We stopped in Milwaukee for about 2hrs for an early lunch and to walk around. I had a look at ...
Fairbanks is nicknamed "The Golden Heart City". In the heart of the interior founded for its gold mining.
It is the largest city in the interior and second in population in the state next to Anchorage. It was originally settled as a Trading Post for gold prospectors that soon began working in the hills to the north. These were the hills and mountain foothills we visited. The original founder of the Trading Post was Capt E. ...
... br> Temporary home is another motel, so it's microwave food time. To top it all, the place is way out of town, so the drinking has stopped for now [Mom, I am sure you will be pleased to hear this].
Found a great 'dinner club' place, easy walk from motel, that served beer 'till very late and where we met and talked to the locals. Got bought a beer [oops, sorry Mom], and was given some battered fish to ...