Hilton Garden Inn Madison West/Middleton
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... Street. If I need drinking water, I don't have to buy a jug at the store, I can simply turn on the faucet. If I need medicine, I can drive to Walgreens. If I am warm, I turn on the AC. If I am cold, I turn on the heat. If I'm bored, I can go on the internet--for free! If I get a flat tire, I can call AAA. The list goes on and on and what I have come to realize is that I can't feel guilty for the many conveniences in my life, or feel compunctious for the things I have wasted in ...
Sorry Sara and Rob... Heard so much about it, we had to find it! Started the day with a bike ride around the park and lake. Just beautiful, sat by the lake, rode through a prairie area, a deer popped out in front of us on the trail. Cleaned up and in the truck by noon heading to New Glarus Brewing Co. Very Swiss town, neat buildings, a little touristy but very pretty. The brewery is a new and ...
We had originally planned to go west to the Great River Road for a time but changed our minds and headed to Madison to try our luck camping at a state park there. Lake Kegonsa State Park isn't exactly big rig friendly but again JD did an awesome job maneuvering through the curvy roads. Stayed at a ...
... page. I think it will be helpful to everyone to know where I am or at least that I am alive enough to type something. If anyone ever gets frustrated that I am not doing enough writing just email me and I will get right on it. Also, if you have an tips, tricks, people you know, places you have seen or want to see please please PLEASE let me know. I could use all the help I can get. Send me sane thoughts these next two weeks. I need them, trust me.
... and some soda and water with me.
When I did go out to eat in Marburg, there were a few restaurants I really enjoyed and would frequent more than others. When I was in the mood for fast food, doner kebabs were usually the number one choice. These can be found all across Europe in small family owned shops. My favored type was called a durum, which came in a large tortilla. It was packed with gyro meat, lettuce, cabbage, some other assorted ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet