DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Madison
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... One little cutie made me laugh so much. She clearly thought my palm was a udder and would not stop sucking it. Was hilarious! Got some great pictures with them so i was happy. Then we headed back to the car and it was onto Madison. Madison is the capital of Wisconsin. Bit of a drive and as always I fell asleep in car. We headed to Macy's first as Wendy needed to grab something. Stocked up on a couple of Mac things I needed. Then wendy drove us into the ...
... front of the tires and attach to the motorhome by little tabs. A whole lot easier to put on, we just have to mark them so we know which one goes on which tire. Next we purchased a new system to check the levels in our tanks (fresh water, black & gray) and the battery. It is a system which attaches to the outside of the tank so the waste will not mess up the sensors. Now instead of the tanks showing 1/3, 2/3 and full, it ...
Today was probably the hardest day I've experienced since being away. Firstly it started with saying goodbye to some of the loveliest people I've met, and I had to say goodbye to my Contiki Steve so that was super hard. Saying goodbye to all of them is just awful but knowing that some of them are just a short plane ride away is comforting. We make all these plans to catch up and I know it probably isn't likely but I sure as hell hope it happens. Some of ...
... we played a fun bored game called Flip Out. We barely managed to keep our cards and holders on the table because we were going over a really bumpy road (as we were pretty much all day). The bumpy road wasn't the only reason the game was challenging... Mom and Maeve make a pretty intimidating team (yes they teamed up on me).
There had been a lot of traffic going into Chicago, so the drive took about an hour longer than it ...
Sept. 20th Jim's 61st birthday! I gave him a rack and carrier for the back of his bike. Also, a book on seeing America on 2 lane roads. We drove to Lake Farm Campgrounds 4 miles south of downtown Madison. Fabulous. Got the last spot in the campground due to Univ of Wisconsin Badgers football game on Sat. electric, clean restrooms, good shower, wifi- $27/night. Spent the next 4 days here. Biked ...