Homewood Suites Madison West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... trying to cure their hangovers. After we ate, we explored a little before getting back in the car and heading towards Minneapolis, Minnesota - a 4 hour drive. The first 2 hours went by without a problem. The playlist featured Doomtree (an Indie Hip Hop group based in Minneapolis), Bob Dylan, and Prince. Everything seemed good to go. We had a full tank of gas and had just stopped to stretch and use the restroom. ...
We started our day enjoying the free wifi with the kids in our Baraboo hotel while Mom & Dad got ready. The kids are really loving the free wifi on this trip!
As we left, we put the Wisconsin state sticker on the van since we will be leaving Wisconsin and heading West. Not sure if we'll make it as far as South Dakota tonight but that is our goal.
My new buddy and I wanted to drive but Mom wouldn't let us.
... pedal carts, a huge playground, a decent store and trees to park
under. We had dinner outside at a picnic table under our awning.
Haven't done that much as it's either been too hot, too many bugs or
raining. Last night was just right for it and then we roasted a few
marshmallows and did smores.
Wisconsin and Minnesota have both been
lovely and green. They both experience a large ...
... my second passport that we left at my grand mother's. Oops! Haha!
We got it back. I am sitting at the terminal waiting to be let in. There is this rude guy that was swearing and saying nasty things, so my father called me over to get away. I sat down once again and started to draw in my sketch book. After getting several dirty looks from people for is fowl language especially in the presence of a minor, he came over to me and presented me with a black ...
Just a note... Today's route took me through the heart of Chicago. Despite the assurances of locals that my timing would avoid rush hour, it was a hair-raising trip. Inch-by-inch we crawled along vigilant for overhead road signs (hard to see until the last minute because of 18-wheelers), dodging lane-changers who didn't signal, braking for ...