Marriott Madison West
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... of hours then went to the evenings entertainment. It was a band of three men who played thirty different instruments during their concert. It was pretty good.
The day started earlier than usual. A couple of the ladies and I did some shopping at the Farmer's Market in downtown around the square. I texted Liz and asked her about it and she said it would be very crowded, but since we were planning to be there at 7 am, ...
... to be looking for another one at this time. One of the couples in our group did purchase a new one today but the one they have they have had a few years. Some one once said most people buy a new motorhome about every three years so guess that means we have a another year to think about it.
I did go to a seminar today, but the presenter is a boring person. The seminar was about convection cooking so I got the recipes and just stayed for a few minutes. ...
... University, which is the most elite University in China. Although I will not be enrolled as a student of the University, I am very excited just for the opportunity to live in a dorm with students from all over the world, and be in the presence of some extraordinary people. In these 2+ weeks, our group will be participating in lectures both on campus, and on-site at various locations throughout the Beijing area. I am ...
Taking in a game at Camp Randall Stadium is a must for any college football fan, and a big-time game ups the ante. Jason's cousin Michelle and her family live six blocks from Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, so it wasn't a matter of whether or not to go to a Wisconsin game, it was a matter of which game. When picking the games, it seemed quite possible that both Ohio State and Wisconsin could be undefeated at this point in the season. That held true ...
... 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. Additionally, ...