Edgewater Hotel

666 Wisconsin Ave, Madison, Wisconsin, 53701, United States
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Travel Tips for Madison

Approaching Monona Terrace

by yooperprof

Frank Lloyd Wright was rather short, and he liked his building to have a low-rising, short-person's perspective. At least that's my understanding. (I'm five foot six, about an inch taller than Wright had been.)

12 hours on a moutain bike. Sound like fun??

by Tom_In_Madison

WEMS, Wisconsin Endurance Mountain Bike Series, This race series is a series of 3,6 & 12 hours races in Wisconsin. There are solo, duo, single-speed & team categories. Just added was a downhill race--those guys are crazy.

Races start at 8am. You just go, do as many laps as you can in the 3, 6 or 12 hour race. Winner is the one who has the most laps at the end of the race.

Prizes and awards for winners. Raffle with great prizes. Great goodie bags too.

The race I'll plug here is 12 Hours of Blue Mound. It's at the Blue Mounds State Park, about 15 miles SW of Madison. The date fluctuates a bit, but the next one is July 8, 2006. It's a bit rocky, not too hilly, and not too fast. Bring an extra tube or six. It's 1/3 doubletrack, 2/3 singletrack. I'm a bit partial to this one seeing as how I started it, and ran it the first 2 years. Mountain bike. Dual-suspension is best if you're doing 12 hours, but not necessary.
Extra tubes, people do get flats on the rocks here.
Water, power bars, bananas. apples, etc...
There are showers for afterwards, so some stuff to wash up with.
Swimming suit. There is also a pool here, so after your shower, a dip in the pool is relaxing.
Helmet!

Le Fete de Marquette

by Tom_In_Madison

It's another East Side festival, this time celebrating French culture and anything that is associated with it like Africa, Haiti and Louisiana. Music from around the world. Food influenced from France, and beer, and booths selling or informing you of something are plentiful.

Takes place the 2nd saturday in July usually, to coincide with Bastille Day in France.

This year they had Ivan Neville, some a blues band from Mali, CJ Chenier from Lousiana, and music from Quebec, France, and who knows what else.

Cost? Free. 3 days worth. Runs from friday thru Sunday.

201 S Ingersol, about 8 blocks east of the Capitol between Willy St and E Wash.

Sticky Rice is Cool!

by julieuzi about Lao Laan-Xang

A small restaurant that seats about 30 people and has carry-out available. The small tables aren't too crowded and somehow they manage to have several leafy plants to add to the atmosphere.

The menu is authentic food from Laos and is divine. Be sure to try a dish with sticky rice so you get to play with your food. :) Too hard...go with a group of at least three people so you can all share.

Quivey's Grove

by romashkowi about Quivey's Grove

The restaurant is divided into the stone house (the formal dining area, to which I have not been) and the stable, which is casual but still quite nice. The stable has a ground floor and a two level loft dining area (pictured). There is also a large wooden bar on the first floor. The original owner of the property, John Mann, came to Madison from New York via Michigan in the late 1840's. By 1850 he was running a successful livery stable in Madison, and built the mansion and stable in 1855. All of the menu items are named after neighboring towns. My favorite meal is the 'Black Earth trout', which is a boneless trout filet baked with a dill, green onion, and mustard butter, and served with with an incredibly delicious parmesan/potato side.

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Address: 666 Wisconsin Ave, Madison, Wisconsin, 53701, United States