Campus Inn Motor Lodge
Travel Blogs from Beaver Dam
... only minutes, the sky becomes crowded with monstrously huge and frequently threatening things that can suddenly drop an ocean of rain or a truck-load of hail onto you. (bottom). And then they all just disappear and the sky is bright and sunny again.
This California girl finds this process all very amazing.
My friend Marcia and her partner Tony live in Rio (pronounced "Rye'-oh"), a town of about 1,000 souls a bit northeast of Madison. Tony built their huge ...
... with two lanes closed and traffic from opposite directions using the two lanes that remained. A couple of times I've seen whole decks removed from bridges, on this stretch I saw one like that, but more of it was simply tearing up the concrete to renew it:
As I neared Fargo I snapped this shot of a massive battery of silos for grain storage...
It was actually a malting plant, with another ...
... which is about 1:30 pm Germany time. We will catch a train at Frankfurt airport and travel to Bacharach. (train ride one hour)~ Bacharach is on the Rhine River in Germany. I am sure we will be exhausted but hopefully our excitement will prevail and we will walk the small ...
... River from Bacharach to St Goar. After walking around St Goar, we will take a train to Oberwesel and then on to Bacharach. I am sure we will be sampling a lot of wine that night when we return.
I am getting excited. . . . . . Remember Germany is 7 hours ahead of us. ...
So, since this was my first time to Europe I can't help but share what I saw, liked, learned:
- I need to learn Spanish. At least enough to protect and save myself if nothing else.
- I need to learn to pack light. Ridiculous!
- I got a lot better at taking day time pictures because I forced myself not to use automatic.
- America has a very shallow history.
- I know nothing about architecture. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking