Hampton Inn & Suites Madison West
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... travel partner! So as I'm starting to near the age of 40, I'm deciding to put my big girl panties on and travel solo. Alone. Such a scary and depressing word to me in many ways, but also a word of comfort in my life. My plan is to make it a word of strength instead. At some point this summer, my first solo trip is waiting. I'm planning to take a driving trip west during the most beautiful time ...
... oversold on their flights out. I asked the gate agent…nope no other seats. I was stuck. But she did find me a flight out of Atlanta with a connection to Detroit and then Madison and I’d get home at 10:10. I took it. She cancelled the Milwaukee reservation. It gets later and later and still no good news. Still more delays, they still don’t know how to fix the issue. Now the pilots run out of hours. Holy **** I’m stuck here. ...
... 3:05 AM. I hope Dasha can sleep now.
So, it’s up at 4:00, leave for the airport at 5:30. The bags are 68 and 61 pounds. Camera backpack is heavy but firmly planted on my back. Roller bag with Kim’s camera has my laptop bag hooked on with my coat draped over it. Operation Stay With a Crowd of People All Around Me To Sneak All This Stuff On The ...
... was then end of the tour for
the north by north east tour so they were leaving. However we were getting some new people for the western part of the tour. There were only 3 new people. We then got on the coach, waved goodbye and then left Chicago.
On the first part of the trip i updated, read and watched part of a movie. We stopped in Milwaukee for about 2hrs for an early lunch and to walk around. I had a look at ...
First day on the road started out with me waking up to the thought of eight hours in an RV with squeaks, bumps, bangs and some mysterious unidentified sounds unknown to human kind (never know what kind of sounds you will find in an old rented RV). I have ridden eight hours a few times to Tennessee before and it wasn't that bad, but that was with my friends, not a lot of traffic, and no constant squeaks and bangs. Driving what turned out to ...