Microtel Inn By Wyndham Janesville
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We found lions!
We found cows!
We found zebras!
We found cantaloupes!! (she means camels)
The lions are my favorite!
I like the monkeys swinging by not when they stuck out their tongues.
The tiger tried to lick Oriah.
I touch a turtle it was very hard.
I drawed a ...
... blast. We walked all over the zoo, the adjoining nature preserve and even some downtown Chicago when we took a wrong turn through the park. The animals there were very cool and I loved how excited and enthusiastic the girls were while we walked around. Phoebe would gasp in wonder while Claire would spout off facts that she either remembered (thank you Wild Kratts!) or read from the signs, Oriah would talk to the animals giving them stories and insisting we should get a few as pets. One of ...
Tuesday was our first wet and miserable day but it was nice to slow down. We attended Tom and Joey's Rotary Club - Fitchburg-Verona for lunch, where we were warmly welcomed. It is only a small club with 23 members but like most clubs works well for the community. On the way home we visited the Bavarian Deli to buy bratwurst and cheese from this store which has an incredible selection of german type foods. The bratwurst is in preparation ...
... of years ago parts of Wisconsin were under ice and when this thawed, the Wisconsin River forced its way through the soft sandstone and eventually linked with the Mississippi River further west. During our duck ride, we passed sections of eroded sandstone from this event. Fudge is another speciality of this tourist destination so we stocked up for tomorrow night's gathering. A visit to a giant Cosco store for other party supplies completed the trip ...
... growling in our stomachs. To ease another craving, we hunted up a Red Robin where Andrea's burger fix was met. And, yes, copious amounts of fries were consumed. As the wheels turned toward Amery, our Ice Cream Theme was: on the road. We hit a McDonald's for sundaes and cones. It remains unclear whether our heads will rest on our own pillows late Friday night/early Saturday morning, but as we head north on I-94 with the cranberry bogs in our rearview mirrors, we're giving it our best ...