Travelodge Madison East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... like we would make it to the hotel by 6:00. However, 94 west was horrible. We hit multiple stretches of serious traffic - with no observable cause. I have no idea what the problem was. We would literally get through one patch, get back up to 70 mph, and then all of a sudden everyone was breaking again. It ended up adding an entire hour onto our drive. Then when we finally got to the Motel 6 we're staying at, ...
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Needless to say, everything was so good! I definitely suggest these places if you ever are in town.
We also took a walk around the campus, walked around the lakeshore path, and took advantage of the good weather we had (except for today). We had a good time on the 4th of July, starting our day off at the weekly Madison Farmer's Market. The Farmer's Market is huge and everyone proceeds in one direction and you walk around the Capitol building. ...
... balancing our culinary research with ongoing exercise - the YMCA continues to be the 'go-to' - with consistently good (and uncrowded) facilities, friendly staff and convenient locations. Our latest one, in Green Bay, was housed in a very attractive building you wouldn't normally associate with the gym!
With the summer rush, we have pencilled in a tentative ...
... the top of the page, you will see how Madison is more lakes than city!
Lake Monona is in the background.
Looking down State Street toward the UW Campus
This is the clock that was used in the capitol....it was the master clock. ...
... bags to Hawaii.Have your attention? Keep reading or jump to point 5.
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