County Clare Irish Inn and Pub
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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Milawaukee was a really cool little city! I think top 2 of my favorite so far. We didn't even get a chance to truly see it either, we stopped in for maybe 3 hours tops. It was like a miniature Boston/New York with a cozy small town feel like Newport. We went to the Public Market and bought a bunch of spices, local ...
... with Josh Fanning, Tony Tollefson, Billy and Tina Whitnell. We headed back to the hotel for a night cap then off to bed before the marital bliss of Saturday!
Saturday am Billy and Michael headed out to get ready with the boys while Tina and Leah got ready together at the hotel.The ceremony was held at a beautiful open Catholic church with pine vaulted ceilings and beautiful water features. Adam and ...
... market....fyi great Shrimp Po'boy, some would say as good as New Orleans, we walked along the riverfront in search of Fonzie. By this stage we were both completely wet so a quick photo and off we went back to the car.
Headed a few miles out of downtown to the Miller brewery tour. At one stage Milwaukee was the capital of beer brewing in this country, hence the baseball team being called the brewers. Alas this is no longer the case, ...
... photos up tomorrow when sober.
Will try to photos up tomorrow when sober..........Chris woke up but my technical hjelp nmot fully functioning.....better edit this later......ha ha ha not fullky functioning........
Our traveling companions from Belgium are very nice people, Alain and Christine, Micheal our tour leader never stops ...
Today was my first rest day, which was nice since I woke up with pretty sore legs. Not including tooling around Milwaukee today, I've ridden about 250 miles so far. I probably did another 20 or so exploring today, but without all the weight on the back of the bike. After some oatmeal, I gave Betsy a much needed bath, adjusted a fender that was rubbing on my tire, and greased the chain. After riding around a bit and not hearing anything, I realized how noisy the chain had been for ...