Madison

August 12, 2010

This past Sunday and Monday Andrew and I got away for our 2nd anniversary trip.  When people ask us if we can believe it’s already been 2 years we both kind of chuckle and say, “well actually it feels like it’s been a lot longer than that.”  There are many reasons we feel that way, but that’s for another post another day.  This post is to serve as a little scrap book of our trip because if you’ve every met me you know that I will not be a scrap booker…clutter much?  So here is a very short recap of our lovely trip.  Sorry for the horrible picture quality…our cameras are ancient!

Our room at the Speckled Hen Inn. It was a very nice place to stay if you ever want to get away to Madison we would definitely recommend staying here. It was a llama farm, how cool is that?

This was the restaurant we ate at called Fresco, it's on top of the Museum of Contemporary Art. Very neat, good food and it's mostly local stuff. Pricey, but I'd say it's worth it.

Here we are on the roof of the Museum overlooking Madison...still shocked by the blonde when I see pictures.

The state capital was gorgeous, I kept commenting to Andrew that they must have spent a fortune and he kept reminding me that it was probably built hundreds of years ago.

We also went and saw Inception which was entertaining to say the least.  We went to The Old Fashioned for lunch on Capital Square…would recommend the cheese curds, but only if you have a steel stomach, stopped by Candinas and got a couple chocolates and enjoyed a cupcake at the Daisy Cafe and Cupcakery.  This trip was definitely worth the 4 hour drive and I came back feeling SO refreshed and more loved than ever.

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