Hampton Inn & Suites Madison West
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
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... a neat sight to see! I then joined Pamela to go to some fraternity parties while my mom relaxed and read a book. Overall,a pretty good day!
Yesterday, we took Pam off campus and went to the mall to get a few things before coming back in time to watch the Finals. We went to the Cooper's Tavern which is a sports bar/restaurant and luckily were seated right away! We loved the ambiance and loved cheering on the team surrounded by all of the other fans. It was a great way to ...
... freeway and on through the corn and soy beans, and there were a few dairies thrown in as well, until we saw a huge Walmart, so it was a shopping stop for an hour and we all picked up a few bargains. We pushed on to the north east and by about 5pm had reached Madison in Wisconsin (that's 8 states we have passed through) and struck some very heavy traffic on the Interstate. None of us had even checked the size of ...
... all of Dane County and neighboring Iowa and Columbia counties. The Madison Metropolitan Statistical Area had a 2010 population of 568,593.
The main reason we wanted to stop here was because my Aunt Elsie and Uncle Cliff lived here for many years. It is a nice town with two large lakes in the downtown area but it's not a place that I would want to live ...
... way up on a hill overlooking the town. Self-guided tour with beer in hand - very cool, especially the bottling process. Visit to the gift shop and purchased some beer to take home. They were building a new outside garden area which JD checked out thoroughly. Took the back roads through the farm roads back to the park. Grilled some burgers, picked up some pretty good TV reception for awhile and called it a ...
... town. We had to have lunch there amidst all that awesomeness! We ate at a
place called The Grumpy Troll, shopped at a Norwegian imports store (of
course we bought a troll), took pictures with some of our new friends,
said our sad goodbyes to cousin Mavis and had to dash to the airport.
It was a great trip and we're sad to go, we saw so many amazing
things. Although getting to see our kitties and sleep ...