Cobblestone Inn & Suites Brillion
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... make sure we are not missing deadlines. Called the banks. Spoke to Greg for hours. Stopped the mail until we're back. Making arrangements with mom for Winda to drop off Freya. Emailed all our neighbors to watch over our house while we are gone. Getting ready to miss our little puppy, but excited to see my in-laws!
Indonesia here we come!
... be a hotel full of Paris charm and I hope the rooms we have look just like the pictures. http://www.kleberhotel.com/
November 27 – Depart
Paris @ 11:10
AM on Scandinavian Airlines. Again, we have a layover in Copenhagen. We arrive back at O'Hare at 6:10 PM on Thanksgiving night.
While in Paris, we ...
As Zoe says, we will be taking a little plane, a medium plane, and then a BIG plane on our way to Manchester, England. The girls are super excited. We've outlined what we'll be doing & seeing in London in a fortnight. Friends we need to see have been contacted and plans are coming ...
We set out for a 1/2-mile walk to the Cozy Girrls' Spaghetti Feed, an annual Oshkosh ritual. Every year, they feed a couple hundred of us spaghetti as we catch up on friendships, status of planes, and stories of great flights. We briefly caught up with Jim and Linda Price, Terry Schubert, and others. As Alex and I at our dinner, we were joined by one Italian and three Frenchmen. I had the chance to chat with them in French, as well as English, as ...
... was the chalet for the US Government, where Alex and I flew the Wright Brothers Flyer simulator, learned about the National Historic site dedicated to the Wrights in Dayton, and visited with a member of the Customs and Border Patrol Pipe and Drum team (he was wearing a kilt).
One of the interesting planes we saw today was a B-17, designed and built by Boeing in WWII. Ironically, it was the only Boeing-built plane ...