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Hilton Madison Monona Terrace is a stylish 4-star choice that is directly adjacent to Olbrich Botanical Gardens. Should you choose to stay near Token Creek Park, you can easily book a room at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Madison West or Cambria Hotel Madison East. Chain hotel you might consider is Fairfield Inn & Suites By Marriott Madison East, within walking distance of Eagles Club, featuring 138US$.
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Travelers visiting Madison on business might want to stay at Super 8 By Wyndham Madison South, which features free self-parking, a golf course and a swimming pool. For a relaxing vacation, reserve a resort hotel near Crawdaddy Cove Waterpark, such as Extended Stay America - Madison - Junction Court or Americinn By Wyndham Madison West.
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In Madison there is always a recipe to heat the things up.
Regardless of temperature extremes, whether you travel in winter with freezing temperatures to 27-30degC in summer, Madison is going to be hotter that you expect. Striking architecture, sport-fanatical locals and various outdoors experiences will heat up your stay in the city.
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As you are in Madison, try to find something there to inspire you to further tour this city. It can be a visit to the Chazen Museum of Art where works by masters of painting and sculpture like Sonntag and Rodin are displayed. But culture buffs shouldn't stop at these, but move toward the State Capitol or Taliesi house.
Other attractions include;
- Governor's Mansion, base of the current governor, Jim Doyle
- Olbrich Botanical Gardens, a green area with 16 outdoor gardens and many ponds
- Madison Museum of Contemporary Art has collection of works by artists based in Madison
- State Street, action packed area that extends from the Capitol Building west to the UW campus
- Henry Vilas Zoo, founded a century ago, offers extensive animal collections
But a day out in the company of bisons, prairie dogs at the Henry Vilas Zoo or a stroll at the Olbrich Botanical Gardens take a back seat to aquatic activities in Madison. The city is located near five lakes and in summer months it transforms into water paradise.
This modern metropolis of Madison with all its museums, galleries and student-fueled population of 208,054 people, was once swampland. The real change was made by James Duane Doty, a territorial Judge who bought money to shape the city. In the 1840s he named the city Madison after James Madison, the fourth American President. By 1856 Madison had a population of 6,864 people, soon followed by immigrants of German, Irish, Norwegian, Italians, Greeks and Jewish immigrants meaning the city grew quickly. Their numbers are bolstered by a large number of visitors to the city.
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