Fairfield Inn Racine

Address: 6421 Washington Avenue, Racine, Wisconsin, 53406, United States | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 6421 Washington Avenue, Racine, is near Racine Zoo, Johnson Wax Administration Building, Racine Art Museum, and Wingspread.
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Travel Blogs from Racine

The Deer That Almost Ended My Trip Before It Bagan

A travel blog entry by jpshoop on Nov 10, 2014

2 comments

... me but I was still excited to get underway. I've been planning and waiting for this trip for months now. Around 4:30 AM I was just north of Leesburg, VA on Rt. 15 and a large deer jumps out in front of me. Slammed on my breaks and came to a complete stop to watch Bambi prance across my path. Had she not been crossing from the other side of the road I would have hit her square in the ribs and more than likely totaled little CC. (For anyone ...

Our summer journey has come to an end

A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on Oct 27, 2014

4 comments, 30 photos

The amazing color display of fall continued as we drove to Québec. The city of Québec is located in Québec province, which is almost entirely French-speaking. The traffic signs are in French only. That only proved to be a problem, when we incorrectly translated a parking sign to mean 'no payment' required on Sunday - and promptly got a parking ticket. Hotel personnel spoke English as well as French, ...

Kellie's Race Day Report

A travel blog entry by kelmojo on Jul 15, 2012

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... at 7:35am and I started at 7:38. I took my own advice of finding a fast swimmer and rising her feet. The idea is to draft and to let her do all the spotting and to blaze a trail through the swimmers. It worked till for awhile but I ended up passing her about half way her pace was too slow. Looking back I should have dropped her earlier. The water was a perfect 68 degrees so my sleeveless wetsuit was a great choice. I also could not believe how clear the water is. I ...

Chicago Pizza & Butlins On Speed

A travel blog entry by alohasofia on Apr 25, 2011

3 comments

Been having such a fabulous time!!! Spent the first few days in Kelvin's home town Racine, meeting lots of Kelvin's family who have been so lovely to me! Great fun! Found a great vintage clothing shop, which is the cheapest!!! Damn the back pack, I wanted to buy everything!

On Good Friday we went up to Chicago city and went sight seeing. Saw Millenium Park, which was beautiful and saw the bean, which is ...

The Story of Little Red

A travel blog entry by cambuyuu on Oct 14, 2010

... all going to Amy's graduation party in Hartland. We ran out the house and I forgot all about my missing pick up key. 

In the throes of the  evening, a few beers in, I requested Herbie Hancock. At that point, the DJ hit the strobe light, we all started to boogie, and I danced like my stupid monkey-self. 

All of a sudden, I feel a large pebble under my foot in my shoe (yes, I was wearing shoes that night). Still showered ...