Quality Inn & Suites - Madison
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... and water….. Man, that was rough.
We woke up before 3 am after fitful sleeps to get ‘er done and catch a cab to the airport at 4 am. We stopped through O’hare on the way to Newark. We’re staying at my college buddy’s place in New York’s Upper East Side. (Thanks Darrin!).
After all the worries, we have no regrets and look forward to the journeys that lay ahead.
... of the production process including watching the robotic paint sprayers which were fascinating! The tour lasted a couple of hours, including a stop at the JD shop which had everything JD in form you could imagine naturally! We asked about their museum, but unfortunately for us it has been rebuilt and will not open until November! Greg was most disappointed. When that was all finished we detoured back to the ...
... of staying up all night in order to get a jump start on the time change. Bangkok is exactly 12 hours ahead of US Central time so with Kate coming off of night shifts, she's already on SE Asian time!
Our flight leaves LA on Sunday at 1:45 with a quick layover at the Tokyo airport. We will arrive in Bangkok at 11:25pm (or 11:25am WI time) on Monday August 11th.
We are spending 2 nights at ...
For years, we have hoped to introduce the kids to a drive-in theater before they completely disappear and we happened upon this theater in what appeared to us to be the middle of nowhere Wisconsin. We were about 2 hours early and decided to risk staying and see if the manager would let us come in with an RV. We checked it out and could certainly fit but many such places don't want any large vehicles for a myriad of reasons. Another issues ...
... bags to Hawaii.Have your attention? Keep reading or jump to point 5.
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