Super 8 Kenosha / Pleasant Prairie
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THe first room we were given smelled of smoke even though this is a nonsmoking hotel. We were given a different room. The bathroom had fresh towels but looked dirty. The bed was clean though. We paid $56 so for the price it was fine.
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After a year of planning, Sara, Rita and I are heading to London, Cardiff and Dublin on a Girl's Trip. We fly out of O'Hare on May 22nd and will return back to the states on June 2nd. Each day we will be uploading pictures and writing about our adventures. We appreciate you reading our blog and hope you enjoy our ...
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Rode off the ferry and a 10 minute ride to our hotel for the next two nights, "The Iron Horse Hotel" which is an ...
... candy corn. Who knew!?
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... and plopping her in the pod.
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