Hampton Inn Plover / Stevens Point
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... and types mmmmmm cheese!!! I then went to the Rudolph grotto and gardens, beautiful fall colours but a bit spooky as not a sign of any other person! Went out for dinner with Doug and his daughter at father fats great tapas bar and discovered a cool Napa wine "sexual chocolate" gonna try and get some of this to bring home over the ...
... Luckily Appleton airport was actually on the way to Stevens point so Andy picked up rental car once he arrived and collected me on the way. Then an hours drive to Ki mobility, had a look around the factory and at some new designs, back tomorrow for marketing. Had a lovely dinner with Alan who Andy has known for ever, used to work with mike Dempsey both when we were at Thompsons nearly 20 years ...
After four hundred miles and about seven hours of driving we landed in Mosinee, WI. This park is like no other we've camped in! Being Labor Day weekend the 400 site campground is packed; there is a DJ at the pavilion about 300 feet from us! kids on bikes everywhere, golf carts zipping around, lots of beers being consumed and did I mention, we are next to the main road and boat ...
... surprisingly) for Braddock!
Saturday was the street dance in Hancock which we turned into our own private pub crawl. We started at the Hotel Bar (not a hotel anymore, just a bar) and then made our way to Potter's bowling alley, and finally to some billiards at Sneaky Pete's. The second band, Austin Healey, was great, and all-in-all, we had a large time! Of course, it wasn't nice of Maggie to take ...
... road with the trees trying to encroach and reclaim it. After about 10 km we stopped near another little lake and got out to look around, Hells bells we where attacked by Mosquito's instantly. In the van, turned around and out of that Forrest we where. On we drove, to a village called Osage, they had a lovely picnic spot with roofed over tables and restrooms situated next to a river. We tested the air – no Mosquito’s. Dinner was prepared under the roof as ...