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Americas Best Value Inn Madison East
Americinn Madison West Hotel
Best Western East Towne Suites
BEST WESTERN West Towne Suites Madison Hotel
Comfort Inn & Suites Airport Madison
Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Madison
Courtyard Madison East
Days Inn Madison
Doubletree Hotel Madison
Extended Stay Deluxe Madison West Hotel
Grandstay Residential Suites Madison
Hampton Inn Madison East Towne Mall Area
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Madison-Verona
Holiday Inn Madison At The American Center
Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Madison
Madison Marriott West Hotel
Quality Inn & Suites Madison
Radisson Hotel Madison
Residence Inn Madison East
Sheraton Madison Hotel
Staybridge Suites Middleton/Madison-West Hotel
Super 8 Motel Sun Prairie
The Madison Concourse Hotel & Governor's Club
Americas Best Value Inn Mayflower Madison
Baymont Inn & Suites Madison East
BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn On The Park Madison
Cambria Suites Madison
Comfort Inn & Suites Deforest
Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Madison Southwest
Courtyard Madison West Middleton
Days Inn Madison Northeast
Econo Lodge Madison
Fairfield Inn & Suites Madison East
Hampton Inn & Suites Madison / Downtown
Hilton Garden Inn Madison West/Middleton
Holiday Inn Express Madison, WI
Homewood Suites By Hilton Madison West Hotel
Hyatt Place Madison Downtown Hotel
Magnuson Grand Hotel Madison
Quality Inn & Suites Stoughton
Red Roof Inn Madison WI
Roadstar Inn Madison
Sleep Inn & Suites Madison
Super 8 Motel Madison East
Super 8 Motel Verona
University Inn Madison
Americas Best Value Inn Windsor Madison North
Baymont Inn & Suites Madison West/Middleton Wi West
BEST WESTERN PLUS InnTowner & The Highland Club Madison
Clarion Suites At The Alliant Energy Center Hotel Madison
Comfort Suites Madison (WI)
Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Madison West
Crowne Plaza Hotel Madison
Days Inn Stoughton WI., WI.
Extended Stay America Madison West Hotel
Fairfield Inn & Suites Madison West/Middleton
Hampton Inn & Suites Madison West
Hilton Madison Monona Terrace
Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Madison West
Hotel Red Madison
La Quinta Inn & Suites Madison American Center
Microtel Inn & Suites Madison East
Quality Inn & Suites Sun Prairie
Residence Inn by Marriott Madison West Middleton
Rodeway Inn & Suites WI Madison Northeast
Staybridge Suites Madison-East Hotel
Super 8 Motel Madison South
The Edgewater Hotel Madison
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Crowne Plaza Madison - Madison, Wisconsin
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Madison, WI Hotel's Accommodations are Ideal
Since the Crowne Plaza® Madison hotel is situated on the east side of Madison, business and leisure travelers appreciate the easy access from I-90 -94 -39 and the convenient, 24-hour airport shuttle to and from Dane County Regional Airport (MSN).
In Madison, WI, families have a wide variety of attractions to enjoy. You can take a tour of the Wisconsin State Capitol, visit University of Wisconsin-Madison or spend an afternoon at Henry Vilas Zoo. Madison is home to a vibrant arts scene; guests enjoy The Monona Terrace Convention Center, Alliant Energy Center, Overture Center for the Arts and Kohl Center with exciting exhibits and performances throughout the year. Don't miss out on the area's excellent restaurants, professional theaters and shopping in the unique local stores.
Business trips are a breeze in Madison, WI thanks to our hotel's complimentary Wi-Fi access, well-equipped Business Center and 10,300 sq ft of meeting space for 5 to 500 guests. Direct access to our Crowne Meetings Director, Daily Meeting Debriefs and more make us the Place to Meet in Madison.
Most hotels in Madison, WI don't provide family-friendly and pet-friendly accommodations, which is why we're the best choice. Relax knowing that unbeatable benefits like an indoor pool, the Crowne Plaza Sleep Advantage® Program amenities, The Prairie Café, Growlers Bar & Grille and a Starbucks kiosk are here just for you. Welcome!
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Wisconsin Family | Wyndham Garden Fitchburg | www.Wyndham.com/hotels/33338 | (608) 274-7200 |
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Location/Address: 2969 Cahill Main Fitchburg, WI
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The Loneliest Road in America Highway 50 Nevada Adventure
Few places in the U.S. lower 48 states are as remote as the stretch of Highway 50 that runs through the Basin and Range of Nevada. The highway is so far off the beaten path, Life Magazine nemed it The Loneliest Road in America. Driving it west from the Utah state line, we really didn't see a lot of other vehicles. What we did see, however, was wonderful. We occasionally passed through old mining towns with names like White Pine, Eureka and Austin that had a mix of saloons, trinket shops, empty storefronts and mine tailings and abandoned mining equipment that hinted at their storied pasts. We camped in a dusty campsite that had natural hotsprings we could soak in just east of Austin. Exploring the area in our Subaru Outback -- you must have an off-road capable vehicle if you go off the highway -- we were astonished to drive 50 miles to Belmont, Nevada, only to find the designated ghost town was full of friendly and/or quirky people (mostly RVers and ATVers) preparing to celebrate the Fourth of July with a parade and other festivities on the town's unpaved main street. We also marveled at ancient, Native American petroglyphs, wild horses and mules, and the wide open sky, which is a stunner day and night. Larry Richardson created this video using a Sony FDR-AX53 camcorder for 4k video and Apple iPhone 7 for HD video. The video was edited on a Mac Book Pro using Apple Final Cut Pro X software.
Dodgeville, Wisconsin - At The Heart Of It All
City of Dodgeville is geographically located among sandstone bluffs, steep hills and gently rolling farmlands. The surrounding area is referred to as unglaciated because it was untouched by the glaciers that shaped much of the region's topography. It is also referred to as the driftless region because the absence of glaciers meant that no drift (or accumulated rock and soil) was left behind. Many people simply refer to this area as the Uplands. By any name, it's no exaggeration to say that the surrounding area is a feast for the eyes with its rugged rock outcroppings, wildflower meadows and prairies, wooded hillsides, lakes and streams, and rolling farmlands.
I had three weeks in Australia, so I decided to use this time to try to explore some of the east coast of Australia. Considering Australia is almost the size of the United States, this was probably one of my more jam-packed trips that I’ve had. I’ve also never spent so much money in one country before, but luckily our US dollar is strong against the AUS dollar at the moment.
Melbourne - Cairns - Cape Tribulation - Airlie Beach - Whitsunday Islands - Fraser Island - Byron Bay - Sydney
Melbourne: A city definitely in my top three list of favorite cities in the world. Melbourne seems to be a mixing pot of everything awesome that I’ve seen from all the cities that I’ve been to. Unique architecture (European/artsy/modern), friendly locals, diversity in delicious food (especially Asian), great music scene, amazing street art scattered all over, cool laneways that lead you to special bars/cafes, laidback vibe (similar to San Francisco), a beach nearby, festivals of all sorts, and more. I’ve never felt more at home in a city abroad than I did with Melbourne. Other Highlights: Staying at Base Backpackers St. Kilda, Free Walking Tour, artsy laneways (Hosier Lane, AC/DC Lane), laneway bars (Section 8, Berlin Bar, Croft Institute), St. Kilda, CBD, restaurants on Brunswick St (Naked for Satan, Bimbo Deluxe, Rice Queen), Southbank, hanging out with my cousin Long
Cairns: Cairns is a very touristy city that doesn’t really have too much in it, but is a gateway city to other tourist attractions such as waterfalls, Cape Tribulation, and the Great Barrier Reef. Highlights: Staying at Gilligan’s (the biggest party hostel I’ve ever been to), Esplanade Lagoon, snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef, mass of giant bats flying out of trees at dawn, random chats with local hippies
Cape Tribulation: I went on a two day excursion from Cairns to Cape Tribulation; an area where the Daintree Rainforest (oldest rainforest in the world) meets the Great Barrier Reef. I stayed a night at a cabin in the rainforest, which was an interesting experience. Saw a baby scorpion in the shower, a snake on the pathway at night, and giant spiders everywhere. Highlights: Mossman Gorge, walking through the Daintree Rainforest, finding a rare cassowary in the wild, meeting an Aboriginal, bonfire by the beach, eating kangaroo at the hostel, crocodile watching down the Diantree River (only saw a baby one though)
Airlie Beach: Another very touristy town filled with backpackers, but was mainly used as a gateway to the Whitsunday Islands. Highlights: Staying at Backpackers by the Bay, eating kangaroo and crocodile, Airlie Beach Lagoon, Mama Africa Bar
Whitsunday Islands: Went on a three day sailing trip on a badass boat (the Kiana) around the Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef. One of the main attractions in Whitsunday is Whitehaven Beach, which is definitely one of the most scenic beaches that I’ve been to. Also, I got to scuba dive twice in the Great Barrier Reef, 12 meters deep. Crazy to see all the sea life (fishes, clams, sharks, etc.) surrounding the huge coral that are the size of buildings. Other Highlights: delicious meals on the boat, relaxing on the deck, seeing all the stars after the sun sets and before the moon rises (ps. underwater pictures were taken by the Kiana staff)
Fraser Island: Mainly known as the largest sand island in the world, Fraser Island also has the most random combination of terrain in one location that I’ve seen. I took a two day excursion to explore this island. Highlights: Lake McKenzie, Eli Creek, Lake Wabby, Champagne Pool, Maheno Shipwreck
Byron Bay: Considered to be more of the hippy beach town of the Australia’s east coast. Definitely felt like Thailand’s Pai or Hawaii’s Paia, which is a good thing. I really like the laidback vibe here and all the locals were super chill. Highlights: Staying at Cape Byron YHA, Earthcore Festival, Pass Beach, sunset by the lighthouse, seeing kangaroos hopping around a cliff
Sydney: Didn’t get to spend as much time in Sydney as I wanted (3 nights), but it’s a nice city overall. The city seemed more “clean-cut” than Melbourne, but also less “hip”. It does have nicer beaches, prettier scenery, and probably a better party scene though. Highlights: Staying at the Bounce Hostel, Free walking tour, Opera House, the scenic walk from Bondai Beach to Coogee, hermit crab racing at Scubar, Surry Hills, Soda Factory (speakeasy with vending machine door), Shady Pines Saloon
Waunafest 2012 at Waunakee, WI
Some video clips of parade at Waunakee on July 29 2012.