Days Inn Stoughton
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and unleashed the contents onto the town.
We are going into town today to get jeans and other items.
We went to Target. It is completely different to the ones in Australia. It is like Woolworths and KMart combined. It is huge!
... it beats the darkness. Be on the watch. The gods will offer you chances. Know them. Take them. You can't beat death but you can beat death in life, sometimes.And the more often you learn to do it,The more light there will be. Your life is your life. Know it while you have it. You are marvelous, the gods wait to delight you. -The Laughing HeartBy Charles Bukauski."
This quote-in my opinion-is quite peculiar. The inspirational aspect of it is confusing. You can ...
Next morning after a typical Best Western hotel breakfast, the hotel was also willing to shuttle us to the car rental down the road. This saved us from waiting for the rental place to pick us up (which after seeing them in operation I have a feeling it might have taken awhile). Renting off airport ...
... think 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 need 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, ...
... of dining, each with different options. The basement was slightly more expensive but theoretically offered nicer food, and was served ala cart style. The middle floor was where I typically ate. This floor offered three to four different main course options and up to three sides. The sides ranged from soup to veggies to french fries. The top floor served schnitzel with fries or a vegetarian pasta dish every day, and was primarily intended for people ...