Marriott Madison West
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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I'm a 38 year old single girl. Yep, still single. And I'm tired of wanting to travel but not always having someone to travel with. I've been wanting to take a trip to Vienna, Prague, and Budapest for awhile but plans never quite get me there. I've seen several other places instead so it's not as if I've been sitting at home all of the time. But I'm getting older and maybe I just won't have ...
... hold. During this hour we hear another update, nothing good. Basically, no news. Gone is the idea that no news is good news.
My original flight out of San Antonio was to take me through Atlanta and then a short layover before going on to Madison. Home by 4:06. It was perfect as I would have plenty of time to go to the bank, do a load of laundry, pack all my clothes and cold weather necessities, get my camera gear all inventoried and ...
I got up this morning at 7.15am, showered, dressed and went down to breakfast. There were a few quiet people at breakfast – those recovering from last night. I had a talk with them and then headed back to the room to get ready for the day. I also packed bags, used the internet and tried to upload pictures to Facebook. Later i took my bags downstairs and then before getting on the coach said goodbye to those staying ...
... people's yards or on their front porch. Our porchgating was at Michelle and Vincent's house with several of the neighbors and some friends. When I was getting advice from some former Wisconsin students about what to do in Madison, one mentioned going to State Street Brats before heading to the stadium. What I thought he meant was to go get a brat and then head to the tailgate. Nope. I now think he meant go get a brat, drink several beers, and ...
... fields with warnings of landmines dating back to the Second World War. Stone buildings in many cities were still pockmarked with bullet holes. In the outskirts of some cities, small bunkers from the war were still in place, long abandoned and forgotten. I loved being able to find spots like this and I'm glad so much of it still exists, even if it does take a little searching.
I'm not sure if its a German tradition, but I do really miss having a ...