La Quinta Inn Sheboygan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Our last day was pretty nice. The weather was a cool, breezy 60's and sunny. In the morning I rode my bike into town, over the new drawbridge, past the harbor, and by the beach, all in one big loop. Overall it probably adds about 12 miles to my total.
We visited some huge garden today. It's a large, well-kept grounds full of flowers. Beautiful!
Not leaving until the afternoon, we wanted to wait ...
Today I woke up to grandpa being gone. He came back in about 15 minutes with danish pastries! I had a cherry-cheesecake danish for breakfast and will have a blueberry one tomorrow. After breakfast, I rode to Point Beach and back. MY BIKE IS GETTING MORE USE THIS WEEK THAN I HAVE RIDDEN IN MY ENTIRE LIFE. I've learned how to use the gears on my bike though... :\
Today's highlight ...
... was not very interesting to me. I didn't know anyone there, and everyone was (of course) either younger than 10 or older than 17. Grandma had fun, though, meeting many cousins and second cousins whom she never knew. I don't know if I included this in my previous blog but, Grandma's last remaining aunt passed away Friday morning. The funeral is wednesday and we are considering staying an extra night so we can go.
Full Day #1 in Two Rivers Manitowoc and glad to be out of the car. Today was great. When I woke up I explored the bike trail. At first I took it 3 miles to Point Beach and 3 miles back. That took almost an hour and a half. By the time I got back we were going to meet Aunt Patty, Aunt Kaye and Uncle Jerry at Patty's tavern / bar, "the Waverly." From there we walked through Two Rivers, window shopping all the way. We stopped at the same stores ...
... We took 151 to Manitowoc, in which we got on Waldo Blvd, to Lakeshore Dr to Two Rivers. And here we are! I apologize for complicated directions, but I want you to know how we got where we are.
It is a VERY nice campground - the nicest one yet. There's a large pool (doubt we'll need it though), private showers (25¢ per 2 minutes), a cable TV hookup, and a great bike trail (Read more about that in my next ...