Fairfield Inn & Suites Madison East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Kyle the cow farmer. He took us on a tour of the place and then introduced us to 2725. She was the friendly cow that would let you take a picture. This old girl was friendly alright trying to lick my trainers and jeans. She decided to drop some of her food on my lovely white trainer to which she has left a lovely brown mark to remember her by. He gave us a chance to possibly milk a cow but the big ones we're scaring me off slightly I just wanted to take pictures with ...
... of miles. In Midland and Parry Sound, both in Ontario, and Munising, in Michigan, we were able to take cruises onto Huron and Superior respectively, allowing an additional perspective to that afforded from the shore. Georgian Bay, on the eastern shore of Huron, was a scenic highlight, with thousands of islands - some inhabited, but many not - scattered across the lake. ...
... I have ever read 'Laos is known for the worlds largest cave arachnids". Yikes.
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... it was alright because I got to check my bag. My big bag was a little over weight, but they didn't make me pay or anything. I got through security without a problem. I am talented with security now.
I found my gate without a problem and sat and waited. I chatted with some people. They were mostly Americans waiting there. I wasn't ready to leave. Once we got called to board, we had to take a bus thing to the plane. There was like ...
... and goats hanging in the butcher shop, Kenyans walking to and from work, all these images flashed in my mind. Having a choice of breakfast food was a luxury. Knowing I would always have clean water to drink was reassuring. Simply knowing I was on American soil was a good feeling.
Thanks to my experience this summer, everywhere I go now, I see things a little different. I appreciate the availability of everything in the US. If I need books, I walk to the bookstore ...