La Quinta Inn Pleasant Prairie Kenosha
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... back to the Hyatt from 3 to 5 for what will be the high light of the trip for Bob - Germany's 7-1 win over Brazil in the World Cup semi-final. There were several interesting restaurants six blocks from the Hyatt but with all the walking we had done we decided to go across the street to an Italian place. It was a good choice as we both enjoyed our meals. Kathy had cheese cannelloni and Bob had chicken ...
... hosts the largest motorcycle rally in North America - thousands and thousands of bikes, over 400,000 people. The statistics are staggering. The financial impact to Sturgis and the surrounding area is calculated at over $80,000,000!! Motorcycle traffic to Mount Rushmore during the week is close to 60,000! Tax revenue from temporary vendors is over $2,000,000. We are about half way to Washington now. Five days driving, probably do it over 8 or 9 days. Mechanicals are all good. ...
... 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 ...
... and we went to Caminito and Boca. So we went around, some of you got some very sexy pictures with tango dancers and bought soccer jerseys and walked around and after that we went around the city and we went to the famous Café Tortoni, the first café in Buenos Aires. We had a light lunch there and then we continued. We dropped some people off at Florida Street to do a little damage there. Then we got to the hotel and you got the rest of the ...
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