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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... some brussels sprouts and carrots! We also found an Amish Store called Mischler's Country Store in Dalton, Wi. also. We found a wonderful cafe for lunch and had fried cod fish and clam chowder. We left there and drove to Wollersheim Winery which was voted best winery in 2012. It is located in Prairie du Sac, ...
What a beautiful day! We drove down to Madison, Wi and then decided we liked the countryside better. Madison is a nice city though. We saw so many beautiful farms and small country churchs driving through small country towns. We have seen many flocks of wild turkeys and then we drove into Amish country which is ...
... of 9:30, and after a really yummy breakfast at the Village Green Lodge (yes, I'm plugging it we loved it), we had plenty of time. (oh, and btw, the cherry yogurt with pears was the only cherries we saw in our visit... sad :(
So we drove north, too cold for the goats on the roof, kept driving north, missed the turn to Ellison's Bluff, kept on going up to Door ...
Beautiful sunrise this morning.
Main goal: Taleisin. We started out on Hwy PF from Sauk City to see some barn quilts and were not disappointed. Can't tell you why they intrigue me, but I love them. Then the stop at Natural Bridge state park. We had purchased the annual state park pass at Parfrey's Glen at the self service pay station. Or at least we got the envelope and wrote out ...
Too cloudy today for a good sunrise. It was going to be a long trip today so we headed out early. Canoeing and Cheese were the main goals.
First stop was the MidContinent Railroad museum in North Freedom. I'm not much for trains, so this was a quick stop, interesting for a train buff I'm sure. Next was Ableman's Gorge and Heise Rock. It has been fun to learn a ...