Homewood Suites Madison West
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It's not much of an exaggeration to say that there's nothing across southern Minnesota. A lot of wind farms and corn fields followed by your casual slight left hand turn every 100 miles. The area near the Mississippi River was beautiful. Reminded me a lot of Vermont actually... After that though, nothing to write home about (or ...
... for collision insurance... We were in the middle of northern farmland Illinois about 90 minutes from Madison, and proceeded to drive more defensively than we had ever thought possible until we pulled into our Madison hotel. We had every intention of hitting the town in Madison, but a couple glasses of whiskey and a much needed hot tub session had changed our plans (draining our motivation), to just grabbing some burgers and beers at the Great Dane Brewery, near our ...
... br> Anyway, apart from some of the original buildings, the main claim to fame of the Museum is a fair collection of old Circus Waggons ... the ones that were used in the big parades that preceded all of their openings in ... wherever they happened to be for the night.
They put a lot of effort into decorating them and the people who run the museum have bought up and restored a fair chunk of those that survive ...
... 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 ...
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 ...