La Quinta Inn Pleasant Prairie Kenosha
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... little place that had burnt to the ground and recently reopened called the pizza man. We enjoyed some escargot and calamari followed by some very tasty pizza. Then onto Brady st for some drinks at Jo-cat's pub. All done and back to their place early enough to squeeze in a game of cards against humanity.
Dan and Derrick both had to work early, so we were up with them, Dan made us breakfast we were so ...
... when we called to inquire, and promptly called all her neighbors to see if there would be any protests with the 30’ “Cruise America” monster parked in the ‘hood. At about 10:15pm local time, we pulled into the ‘Shire, and the open arms (and house) of GG! It was such a relief to have a real bed for everyone and a cool space to stretch out in.
Needless to say, it was a very good night’s ...
... the company came up with the blueberry flavored bean while he was running for presidency just so they could have red, white and blue beans for his inaugural parties! Our former President helped Jelly Belly's become a popular treat amongst world leaders.
I'm a fan of candy to begin with so a whole factory full of good candy is a dream come true. It's not the actual tour of the factory the intrigues me, it's what comes at ...
... out. You know how it is... Okay, it’s normal. So then we come out and we meet Paulo Milano. I like that guy… Yeah, he’s from the mafia, I have to like him. (laughter). So he took us to the Sofitel hotel you had a lovely dinner and the next day we went on our city tour. We went to the tango show, that’s Argentina so that’s how they say it. We went to the cathedral, we got our pictures at the Casa Rosal (?), 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 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed