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... I have ever read 'Laos is known for the worlds largest cave arachnids". Yikes.
I've included a few links where I could. We hope to provide additional details and photos while we are traveling. Wifi will be accessible but we will not know how often until we're actually on the ground.
I hope this method works for keeping you up to speed on our travels!
And here is the neat old downtown of Middleton including the Mustard Museum.
We had lunch with my sister Barbara, and then she and I went all over southwest Wisconsin shopping. We hit 4 shops - three of them worthwhile. One was mostly an embroidery shop - a write your name ...
We drove downtown and I got lost. The UW campus is so huge and there are about twice as many buildings as there used to be, road construction, new roads.... Armando was probably getting a little impatient with our back-tracking. But we did drive through the campus and up to the capitol. I have been in several capitol ...
... who studies at the Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins
University, recently noticed a satellite observation that supports he and
Akasofu’s hunch. They think the sun’s hot breath is stretching Earth’s magnetic
field lines like a kid pulling back on a slingshot. When the field lines can no
longer hold the stretching, they snap back toward the planet. In the process,
electrons are separated and stream into ...
... which was full of antiques and collectibles. Derek bought a McEwen's Scottish Ale sign. We walked by a welcome sign for the city and in front of it in the grass was cut a path and also a labyrinth. When we got back to the car we headed for the New Glarus Brewery on a hill above the city. Larry and Derek got Staghorn Octoberfest in pint beer glasses and I got a Sprecher's Root Beer. We took the self-guided tour of the brewery drinking our ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center