How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Fitzgeralds Motel Wisconsin Dells
Travel Blogs from Wisconsin Dells
... and neither time was a big splash. Also in Branson the ticket included a "duck call" but not here, instead, toward the end of the "cruise", we were afforded the opportunity to purchase a booklet and some postcards about the DUCKs. Overall it was OK, but I personally think the one in Branson was better.
After the DUCK ride we started to return to the campground, but Rich & Sue wanted to show us where they used to live, so off we ...
... the weather report, during the day will be warm, so guess we may have to leave the AC on even while we are gone during the day. The gas tank will support the generator down to 1/4 tank so let's keep our fingers crossed and say a little prayer that it will.
Not sure is there will be anything to write about tomorrow, so don't be surprised if there isn't a blog on Monday morning. Hope you all have a great Sunday and try to stay ...
... but no. It is an individual tour given by one of the owners and it lasted 2 hours!! Bob wasn't sure he wanted to take the tour, but actually the 2 hours went by quickly. The woman who gave the tour had many stories to go along with everything she showed us. They have some very interesting stuff like the official final transcript from the Nuremberg trials. They have a Holocaust Room with lots of very disturbing pictures and ...
... Premium Outlet Mall, which is almost half way to Milwaukee! But we had to make the trip or the Diamond Warranty would be void, so off we went. This outlet mall is nothing like San Marcos, but they did what needed to be done and signed off on it. While we were out there, we walked around, that took all of about 20 minutes (it is spread out).
We then headed back into Madison to drive to the Alliant Center so we would ...
... one that Bob really doesn't like, but guess he thought it would be bad enough. After crossing the river, we continued on our way and turned off onto 88 (Ronald Reagan Memorial Highway). Almost immediately we ran into construction. Actually for the next 10-12 miles. Most of the time we were the leader of the parade, so it wasn't too bad. Soon after the construction was ended, we entered the Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway ...