Holiday Inn Express Deforest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... is so high it is not comfortable to sit out. What a shame. Tomorrow we are driving to Milwaukee so hope we will have interesting things to post tomorrow. Our first look at Lake Michigan. We will see this lake a few more times on this trip. Our drive down from Oakdale was beautiful yesterday. The pictures I am posting reflect the countryside.
... leg room on trains made me feel even more spoiled. On the topic of public transportation, the bus system was certainly a double edged sword. While it was very nice to actually have a bus system with frequent stops and many lines, having to rely completely on it was still a pain. I think even having a bike would have really helped, but I never found any budget bikes for sale in Germany. Even the cheapest bikes seemed to be over 700 Euros. ...
Madison/Mount Horeb/Milwaukee - 8th Day
It's our last day in Wisconsin.
There's time for one more lunchtime get-together with Mavis before we have to drive to Milwaukee for our 5pm flight.
Mount Horeb (mostly Norwegians) is this little town just outside
Madison and is called the "Troll Capital of the World". The main street
is called the "Trollway" and troll statues can be found all through ...
Madison - 7th Day
Today the three of us did some touristy sightseeing. We started at Cave of
the Mounds, a limestone cave full of cool formations that started
forming 488 million years ago.
Next we visited Little Norway, a Norwegian farm started in the
1850's. It was then bought in the 1930's and kept as a museum to
preserve the Norwegian way of life. The biggest and most amazing
building is ...
... know. And Wisconsin could boast about the same, I think. Or maybe their lakes are just bigger. Unlike where we live, Las Vegas, LA, etc, it's not just where you water or irrigate that is green. It is so green they have to fight it and I wonder if we have gone too far with moving the water to where people are instead of people moving to where the water is. Hmmm.
I am amazed at the amount of lawn mowing. It must be the ride-on lawn ...