Hyatt Place Milwaukee Airport
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Well, this is our final blog post-we started with a selfie in Chicago on July 5 and we will end with a selfie in Cancun. I can't believe 35 days have passed so quickly. While I'm excited to wear new clothes and shower regularly, I will miss Mexico. However, I won't miss packing my backpack. And I know Alissa won't miss carrying hers. It has been quite the trip! Without ...
... to take in some scenery. Milwaukee has come lovely old buildings and is a very clean place. All the little suburban side streets are just like those seen on the movies. Nearly all the house look the same, they all line up, have a little set of steps up to the front door of the house and have an American flag ...
... in Nashville we were in a shopping centre.. Deano and I were smelling some perfume and this sales assistant man is talking to us about where we were from and then he told Deano that he reminded him of one of his mates in the Little River Band, and asked if we had ever heard of them... That was funny....
Then yesterday at the airport, I was going through security and they are super serious, when the bloke was checking me through, asked if I was ...
... Cathedral Square. We spent some time inside admiring the beautiful stained glass windows and listening to organ music. Church was originally built 1835 and restored 100 years later after a major fire. There was a lot of activity at Cathedral Square Park with workers setting up tents and booths for Basille Day festival starting July 10th. City has a lot of one to two weeks ethnic festivals during the ...
... a benefit.
We all went through to see the Harley Davidson Museum - stalls, vendors, bars, restaurants and of course, the fantastic museum. There was so much to see and then a "show and shine" outside with all sorts of categories - trikes included; the weird and wonderful with the public voting on the best. Some people had spent thousands on their bikes so I am not sure that they get ridden that much.