Yesterday I ended up waking up in a Madison, Wisconsin hotel room after having been awake for about thirty-nine hours at a go; a new personal record, incidentally. Before I collapsed that night, I apparently went for a nighttime walk around Capitol Square, which appears to be the anchor of Madison's downtown and is so named because that is where you will find the Wisconsin State Capitol. It's nearly a hundred years old, and apparently is only slightly shorter than the United States Capitol. For my part, it's a pretty good centerpiece to the city.
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