Super 8 Motel Madison East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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So today was a roller coaster - lots of ups and downs. It started out great. We left Chicago and in 2 and a half hours or so, we were in Madison, Wisconsin. I was shocked by how much I loved Madison. It was such a nice place to stop and spend some time. We ate breakfast at an awesome little place called Mickie's. It reminded me a lot of Pamela's - from the line out the door, to the cash only signs, to the ...
... Squash Panini)
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. ...
... of miles. In Midland and Parry Sound, both in Ontario, and Munising, in Michigan, we were able to take cruises onto Huron and Superior respectively, allowing an additional perspective to that afforded from the shore. Georgian Bay, on the eastern shore of Huron, was a scenic highlight, with thousands of islands - some inhabited, but many not - scattered across the lake. ...
... went for a walk, got lunch and then wandered around some more. I had a look at various shops and then returned to the coach. We drove a very short distance to Miller brewery. Here we did a tour. We started with a movie and then had a look at the plant. This place is huge, lots to see and at the end there was tastings. An interesting experience.
Back on the coach we headed to Madison. We did some more intros and arrived ...
... PR for the corporation? We walked around a bit noticing many different kinds of trees - most of them mature and grand. Afterwards, we drove into a small commercial area where we sighted an indie bookstore. It's a Mystery to Me...is the name of the store. It carries mostly mystery books, but also had fine YA and children's sections. Paul chatted up the owners while I browsed. We walked down the street for about a block noticing small ...