Ramada Wisconsin Dells
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Ten hours, that's it. Just finishing making sure I have everything I need for the next four months. Packing up the last little bit of clothes that just got washed, the electronics, pillows and blankets, and the much needed water bottle.
Like I said, I have no regrets. Well, except maybe one. I'm leaving many people behind that I just don't want to. People I wish I could spend more time with. People that ...
Well, just one more day until I start my journey down south. This is a big step for me but I feel as if I have no regrets. I'm not the least bit nervous of actually going down there to live; just maybe a little nervous about the actual trip. One way is seventeen hours nonstop. It's ******* the cars and just as ******* the people. We will be stopping several times, though, to ...
Milestone of sorts - We have now driven over 5,000 miles on this trip so far.
After poking through northern Minnesota and enjoying every moment, we got the 'moving on bug' this afternoon in Duluth, hit the interstate and started rolling south through Wisconsin, after being tempted to head east over to Green Bay to see the beloved Packers. Everywhere our ...
... a little over an hour from Madison where we spent the night. Since we were arriving earlier than check-in, we decided to check out the jet boat tours of the Dells. We have done the Duck Boats and have unanimously decided to call them Duck Boring after our Boston ride. We wanted a thrill and that they provided. The Wild Thing Jet Boat is Powerful. . .360° Spins, Power Stops, 1500 hp thrusting through the Upper Dells Glacial ...
We have had a Wonderful two day stay, we took a tour of the Dells and who new it all got started because of a photograph, the power of pictures!!! I forget what the photographers name is but he loved the Dells and he would take pictures along the way of the rock formations and he had his son jump across from one rock to another 17 times just so he could get the right picture ...