Magnuson Grand Hotel
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... like we would make it to the hotel by 6:00. However, 94 west was horrible. We hit multiple stretches of serious traffic - with no observable cause. I have no idea what the problem was. We would literally get through one patch, get back up to 70 mph, and then all of a sudden everyone was breaking again. It ended up adding an entire hour onto our drive. Then when we finally got to the Motel 6 we're staying at, ...
... a neat sight to see! I then joined Pamela to go to some fraternity parties while my mom relaxed and read a book. Overall,a pretty good day!
Yesterday, we took Pam off campus and went to the mall to get a few things before coming back in time to watch the Finals. We went to the Cooper's Tavern which is a sports bar/restaurant and luckily were seated right away! We loved the ambiance and loved cheering on the team surrounded by all of the other fans. It was a great way to ...
... we have enjoyed pleasant temperatures and some bright sunshine. Certainly it has been warm enough to encourage the black flies and mosquitoes, which we have encountered consistently around the lakes, often in plague proportions. A couple of our 'cottage in the woods' accommodations have come with their own resident populations of bugs, and we now understand why the state ...
... or bad drag. You only notice it is back there when accelerating or going up a hill. Of course there were no hills since PA.
That's all for today. It feels good to be out of the car after a long day.
Here's a pic of a guy riding on the back of a truck in a snowstorm. It is from Warren, PA this morning, not WI.
... Memorial Union building. Situated on the shores of lake Mendota, it is also known as the university’s lounge-room. We wandered down there on Sunday when we arrived and the place was buzzing, people were enjoying watersports, craft beer and the famous Brat Stand. The campus itself is huge and sprawling, it seems that it could be bigger than the whole of Launceston.
State Street runs from the campus toward the city centre and is maybe ...