Fairfield Inn And Suites Madison West/Middleton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... said Charlie is right out the door. I said figure out the bill. I paid for them hooking up the rear TV, and changing the headlight and sped otta thar.
I had have 3 different dealing with Camping World, two at this one and one down near Ft Meyers Florida. Neither experience has been pleasant....This time it only took 8 hours to hook up a TV and change a kight bulb...Ya gotta love them Tech's....
All in all....Life is still good. ...
... to a lovely American guy Kyle and relocating to the USA. It goes without saying we have both quietened down a bit in our old age, and there was certainly no repeats of our wild times of days past, not that either of us minded! On Sa**************ed a couple stores down from Verena and Kyle's apartment to an amazing little cafe. They are the size of a small lounge room, and have an amazing me u filled with tasty treats and organic ingredients. You ...
... cheap! We charged 5$ at the door to raise money for my volunteer trip, and also to pay for the band that traveled from Milwaukee. I would say that about 130 people showed up throughout the night. We tapped both kegs before midnight, and all the liquor was sold. The cops showed up twice because of noise complaints, so we had to end the night earlier than expected, but it still was an AWESOME turn out. When we counted the money that was ...
... Door County than what we were able to experience, but I could see why people love it up there. It is a unique and wonderful area. I'd love to go back.
Well we had a long drive back to our condo. Plus we had a nephew to have dinner with. Russ wanted to drive past Lambeau Field. Well, you don't just drive past Lambeau Field. Oh. my. heck. We could not believe that ...
... who studies at the Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins
University, recently noticed a satellite observation that supports he and
Akasofu’s hunch. They think the sun’s hot breath is stretching Earth’s magnetic
field lines like a kid pulling back on a slingshot. When the field lines can no
longer hold the stretching, they snap back toward the planet. In the process,
electrons are separated and stream into ...