Super 8 Ashland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ashland
... do it... so here I am! We got to La Pointe an hour and a half before the tour started so we stopped at Mission Hill Coffee House again. Their breakfast was good and it was right across the street from Adventure Vacations, where we were meeting for the tour. We went over to the shop when it was time and we were greeted by the lady who I booked the tour with last week. She was so sweet, I feel awful for forgetting her name. We bought some sandwiches and waters for ...
... rocks that I picked up as a souvenir. After checking out the beach, we went toward the Boardwalk. We went through the bog and I was hoping to find some interesting critters. Unfortunately, we weren't allowed to get up close and personal with all of the trees and everything because there were signs posted everywhere instructing you to stay on the boardwalk - off nature's carpet. So we just walked to the beat of the birds' songs and watched out for whatever wildlife we could spot. ...
... was called Tom's Burned Down Cafe and had lights hung everywhere and sayings written all over the walls. The people all looked like hippies. A guy came over (clearly overly intoxicated) and told us to wait when he leaves. Everyone waits to go anywhere at least 5 minutes after he leaves because he drives in zig zags. Then a guy named Alex came over and was chatting with us. He is living on the island for the summer, working at the bar. He used to work on robots but he got laid ...
... just in our bike cloths. The sun started coming out as we made our way across to the island. What a great ride we had on the island. We started out across the island for the State Park in the middle of the Madeline Island. Seven miles later, we were there. A very green and tree lined road with Lupine like you've never seen. I think we’ve seen at least four colors of it so far. The flowers had to be at ...
... stop on the way to Duluth, Minnesota from the Twin Cities: Wisconsin. Clearly I've never been that interested in a direct route. But when I received an invite from my friend Becky to her family's cabin, I didn't have to think twice. Armed with directions that took me deeper and deeper into the forest, I recall finally understanding all this "Northwoods" talk. So many trees. On the way, I pulled into a gas station that was overrun with ...