Comfort Inn Madison
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Heated pool
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Some of the team got together on Saturday afternoon to pack our suitcases with glasses. We spent the next day and a half cataloging the glasses and entering them into inventory. Luckily a whole bunch of folks showed up to help us out on Sunday! Not sure why we forgot that inventorying over 2,000 pairs of glasses was not a small job. But we ...
Today, Noel, Tony and I happened across this lovely historic town called MADISON on the OHIO River in Indiana..about 40 minutes from the Ohio River crossing at Louisville. ..
I fell in love with this town...streets and streets of historical homes and buildings. Blocks and Blocks of lovely churches, shops and buildings..I have to go back here again...
Meanwhile, we ...
Right after we passed mile marker 90 on I-65, heading south (to mile marker 0), traffice came to a dead stop. For the next hour, we crept bumper to bumper, for about 60 miles. At MM34, we got on a state hwy. to get gas, and got back on just before Louisville, and missed the roadblock by a few thousand feet. So that meant the backup was approximately 80 miles.
All this driving today was done in pouring rain. We went through about 8 downpours that kept traffic almost stopped - and ...
... particular, but everything was amazing).
I'm finding it harder and harder to come up with anything to write about our days...I feel like we're in an endless loop of same-ness (if you've read Jasper Fforde's Thursday Next books, I feel as though I'm Aornis imprisoned by the Chronoguard in a time-loop in a T.K. Maxx department store) and that there ...
... the most states in one day- 4- Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky. To be honest, I wasn't clear on this when we set out, it was the welcome signs and license plates that really told us where we were at any point in the day. You certainly wouldn't know by town names- in Missouri alone we saw towns called Cuba, Miami, and Lebanon (in fact we see a second Lebanon in the afternoon in Indiana). Multiple towns of the same name can be a ...