Travel Blogs from Baraboo
On a snowy early morning we drove to Madison, met Leo who dropped us off at the bus station just in time to board. Nice and easy trip to O'Hare airport in Chicago with plenty to time to go through Security and rest and get on board Air India's super big flight to New Delhi non-stop. Totally easy but not too comfortable, uneventful trip, lots of food, could sleep with some pills to help, saw an Indian movie on corruption.
Left home a little after 11am courtesy of a so called "limo service".... AKA a Buick, that because it's black, some how resembles a limo. Although, semantics aside, for a being a limo service the baggage handling left a little something to be desired, but the price was right. Thanks Rick and ...
... until 1851, when the La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad was chartered, with Kilbourn as its president. The railroad made plans to bridge the Wisconsin River near the river's dells, and a boomtown named Newport sprang up at the expected site of the bridge in 1853. The population of this new city quickly swelled to over 2,000, but when the railroad finally ...
Sept. 17th (Tues) drove to Wisconsin Dells. Hadn't heard of it but was told there would be lots to do and see there. The biggest 'fun and games' town ever seen. Many huge water parks, roller coasters, miniature golf places, Ripley's Believe it or not, etc. Loads and loads of Motels and resorts. A kid's paradise really.
... formations along the banks of the River. There is a dam in the middle of the river that divides the river into the Upper Dells and the Lower Dells. We decided to go for a boat ride (the best way to see the Dells since the area is protected) to the Upper Dells.
It was a beautiful day and the boat ride was so relaxing. We stopped ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility