Super 8 Dodgeville

Address: 1308 N Johns St, Dodgeville, Wisconsin, 53533-2100, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 1308 N Johns St, Dodgeville, is near Governor Dodge State Park and Driftless Area.
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        • Fitness/Health center


        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Continental Breakfast
        • Business Services

        TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Dodgeville

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Dodgeville

        UW Platteville

        A travel blog entry by muggins on Sep 22, 2015

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        Great guys here that were willing to make me feel at home as well as carry a conversation for hours. One bizarre highlight was giving an impromptu presentation to a Platteville Intro to College class of 20 or so freshman on Greek life. The other presenters were Joe, another SigEp and Sydney, the student body ...

        Last full day in dodge

        A travel blog entry by kmb91 on Aug 27, 2015

        12 photos

        ... wings. Me and Jenny both had a chicken wrap which was massive!! Then it was on to get our nails done. I have missed so much having my gel nails on but kind of got used to the naked nail look. I still couldn't wait to get them done. I treated myself to a pedicure to which was a fun experience. The way they do things is very much the same but some things slightly different. The salon had much nicer pedicure chairs than what I was used to at work that had full on massage ...

        Final Thoughts on My Trip

        A travel blog entry by keviimis on Jul 29, 2012

        ... time. The middle floor had the largest cafeteria, so it was usually the easiest to find a table. When it came to dinner, I had a few meals that I cooked up frequently. I came to really enjoy frozen schnitzel, which could be made in twenty minutes in the oven. I also liked to make pasta and occasionally cut up schintzel into the pasta. Every time I went to the grocery store I tried a new kind of cheese so I ended up making a lot of grilled cheese ...

        Final Thoughts on My Trip

        A travel blog entry by keviimis on Jul 29, 2012

        ... German practices. Having one major grocery store with many brands is much more convenient than having to shop across the city for certain basic foods. Additionally, the German grocery stores typically did not have carts. Instead stores offered baskets or occasionally even cardboard boxes to hold food in. While this fits with the German culture of only buying food for a few days, I find it far more convenient to fill a cart and have enough food for a ...


        A travel blog entry by johnandmarleah on Aug 29, 2011

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        Madison/Mount Horeb/Milwaukee - 8th Day

        It's our last day in Wisconsin.

        There's time for one more lunchtime get-together with Mavis before we have to drive to Milwaukee for our 5pm flight.

        Mount Horeb (mostly Norwegians) is this little town just outside
        Madison and is called the "Troll Capital of the World". The main street
        is called the "Trollway" and troll statues can be found all through ...