La Quinta Inn Milwaukee Northwest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
Saturday 9th - Another early start as we wanted to make good time to Milwaukee. We left in low fog with drizzle and it continued like this for most of the morning. By the time we reached Rockford it was clear and warm. Most of the day spent cruising at 85 mph on the freeway.
Early in our trip, Snapper had an issue with the gear shift, it worked loose and we managed to tighten it up with Rob Whitmore's trusty kit (Thanks Rob). While in Memphis we asked if they could look ...
... the whole afternoon there. Took hundreds of photos of all Harleys.
So we spent up larger at the souvenir shop. Even the drinks come super sized!
The Iron Horse Hotel is not for animal rights people, we have cow hide seats and bed heads.
Been to Conejitos for dinner and drinks. $3 drafts at hotel bar till 6 pm awesome, then onto margaritas at $27 a pitcher. Chris is not feeling well and gone home early. All by ...
... out early for Cinquo de Mayo and what intrigued me most was the simplicity of the menu. There were only a few menu options, all very cheaply priced and all served on paper plates. The three of us orded up and I enjoyed tortilla chips with guacamole, chicken enchiladas, and some of Kelli’s chicken mole.
We spent the ...
... and winter over nicely. Growth and production begin the spring thereafter and years to follow. Part of our 5-year plan is to create an abundant grove of fruit and nut trees to serve the park-area residents. These include serviceberries, sweet acorns, chestnuts, hazelnuts, and filberts.
This afternoon I finally got around to flipping the compost pile. See, the challenge at the Washington Park Urban Ecology Center is manifold. For one, lots of projects have ...