Extended Stay America - Madison - Junction Court
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... the only thing I did was buy some LED bulbs. Even though I only purchased 9 bulbs (got one free) they cost about $200. That is why The remaining 12 or 13 will be changed over a period of time. Too bad the RV industry hasn't caught up with the rest of the world to lower the price of LEDs. They really make it brighter in here and the lights are not as yellow.
While I was attending seminars and meetings, Bob was ...
Breakfast at the hotel was decent and even included latte from a machine. Caught the 7:45 a.m. bus to the airport, navigated several security stations, walked down to the gate at the end of terminal Z. Frankfurt airport has free, quite fast wi-fi which is a definite plus.
... a picture as it was freezing out. One week after we passed thru the i90 from Wyoming to Wall, they had to close the highway due to a severe blizzard and tornadoes. There was an average of 1 1/2' of snow and as much as 3' in some areas. Boy did we get lucky with the weather. By mid afternoon it warmed up and I had one glove in my pocket and the other glove on the throttle hand was on. I was taking a ...
... One large family is living there-in a tent. tons of stuff on the table, car with loud muffler. ranger says a couple of the guys go to work each day. Met this one guy; Marty at the bar. He's living in the back row. He's intelligent and from Missouri and has the same inflection as Tom Benner when he talks.]
Wisconsin observations: friendly people, pretty, small lakes, great bike ...
Wow driving much! Covered some ground to make it almost all the way to Chicago! Stopped at a Travel Information Centre and slept in the car park as we both pretty much collapsed from exhaustion. The trip down was pretty much corn corn soybean corn corn soybean roadworks roadworks. Although the American customs experience was slightly better this ...