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706 John Nolen Drive, Madison, United States
1 West Dayton Street, Madison, United States
9 East Wilson Street, Madison, United States
22 South Carroll Street, Madison, United States
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... slope meaning we awoke piled up in one corner with all of our stuff. We knew it was only 35 miles to our next stop, Madison, and hoped for a bit of a break. This didn't happen. The hills were horrific and 2 mile uphill grind after 2 mile uphill grind ...
I'm reporting from the hotel business center at 1:15 a.m.- we leave tomorrow at noon and I'm too excited to sleep! A couple of us keyed up teachers hung out in the jacuzzi a while after dinner, which was extremely relaxing, but I'm still not ready for ...
... of July fireworks lakeside on the University of Wisconsin campus- had to try out the "fireworks" setting on my new camera! Madison is beautiful, and the weather is lovely DC spring. All the Fulbrighters met today, enjoyed 45 minutes of Hindi 101, ...
... I'm also getting more familiar with my new camera. It has a "food" setting I used today during our lunch at Madison's Maharani Indian Restaurant (delicious!). And on my way back from the drug store tonight I was lucky enough to find a ...
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Across from 1 E. Main St., Madison, Wisconsin, United States
The majestic Roman Renaissance-style State Capitol has the only granite dome in the U.S. and inside has over 40 different types of stone from around the world as well as murals and handmade furniture. The observation deck, open in the summer, offers views of the city and surrounding lakes. Capitol Square plays host to state events throughout the year including Farmers Markets and Folk Festivals.
3330 Atwood Avenue Madison, Wisconsin, United States
One of Madison's most popular attractions, this oasis of green includes a sunken garden, perennial garden, rose garden, rock garden, herb garden, wildflower garden and a tropical conservatory.
702 South Randall Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Truly a wild place to hang out, this free zoo, located inside Vilas Park, features animals from around the world including African lions, South American alpacas and tortoises from the Galapagos Islands.
30 North Carroll Street, Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Bringing Wisconsin's history to life through exhibits on the material culture of the state and the Upper Midwest, from prehistoric times to present day.
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Posted by wisconsin_fan81
Next time you hit the Midwest, you have to go to Madison, WI. Maybe you've been. I hope so. Even if, go again. And again. What the heck, one more time for good measure. My hometown to which I am preteniously partial, and I hold it high above other ...
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