Days Inn Stoughton
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Art, all types, intentionally not judging their worth, buying the good and the bad both- not knowing or maybe not caring about its value at the time. They displayed them all; the good next to the bad; and let their customers decide. Maybe I was just road weary, but I could have stayed there a while and walked around like it was a museum or gallery; looking at all that was good and bad about the American West and ...
In just 2 short weeks, my adventure begins! It has been hard to even think about my trip to China with the stress of the end of the semester here in Madison. It is really starting to sink in though that VERY soon I will be getting on a plane and embarking on the craziest adventure of my life!
For anyone who doesn't know much about my trip, I will be traveling to China with 12 other UW students and one professor ...
... the issue of the temperature will be our focus for awhile ... At least not until we begin the return trip to Wisconsin. After a short trip to Vicksburg (thanks, George!) we have decided a couple of days here are needed to see the National Park and to eat some wonderful southern cuisine. Hope to find an Internet tomorrow to post our updates and a couple of photos. Our best to you, ...
... gained an additional ticket, which enabled Janell to attend the game, too, while Michelle's sons Sam and Louis watched the boys. There are several other pluses to sitting in a suite; there is isolation from cold, rain, and snow, it is infinitely more comfortable than being squeezed in bleachers, there are TVs for replays, and food and beer is served all game. In case you didn't catch that, in the suite, beer is served at the game! It was a ...
... clearing efforts. The fridge and freezer were public space, but we did get a lockable cabinet to store food. I typically ate breakfast, an evening snack and dinner in my dorm. For breakfast I typically had toast with American peanut butter. I always had a cup of tea with my breakfast and another mug of tea for the bus ride to class or where-ever I needed to be. My lunch was usually from the Mensa, which was our student center. The Mensa offered ...