Baymont Inn and Suites Milwaukee/Grafton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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Leaving today but not flying until 5.20 got checked in. Will be 11.20 at home. Left hotel around 10.30. Called into Port Washngton for a couple of hours parked up. There was a market on. It was mainly veg and fruit. Very unusual looking pumpkins etc. No good buying anything now. But worth a look. We called at a cafe and had a sandwich and drink sitting outside. Left about 1.30 and set off for Chcago. Arrived at car rental n the airport ...
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My buddy, Graeme, and I landed here early (thank you Delta!), and had high hopes of getting on the road to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. An hour and a half later we were still stuck in some dingey airport parking garage dealing with Hertz and had to shelve our more ambitious plans for the day. Only I dare lead you to the lesser ...
After being in the air for around 17 hours, I arrive in Chicago with Jim waiting outside customs at the International terminal. We head to Milwaukee to surprise the kids, who aren't aware that I've scheduled my return. Actually, outside of a couple people, no one back in the states know I'm coming home, including Mom.
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This isn't some new age bologna. This is the Golden rule. This is karma. This ...