Courtyard Milwaukee Brookfield
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... probably about 2-3 miles. Nice walk, and nice area. Lots of potential and as Dick read in TripAdvisor, not as much action on River Walk. There are a few restaurants and bars, but mostly the backside of buildings. We stopped a few people to get directions and advice. One gentleman told us about the Third Ward where there were some restaurants and bars! The Third Ward is about a block off the River Walk.
Saw the Pedal Tavern, just like Cincinnati's Pedal Wagon. And, guess ...
... being the only large scale brewery left in the state.
The tour was free and informative. The brewery sits in the original location and dates back 150 years or so. The technology was amazing as were the 3 free beers at tours end.
Then a quick drive across town to a true Milwaukee bowling institution, called Landmark Lanes. This is a bowling alley first and foremost then a dive bar, pool hall, disco, live music ...
... the chance to sleep in my own bed again, I had a dream that the first thing I did was buy a plane ticket to fly straight back. And that's exactly what I did. I woke up and realized it wasn't reality. I am so thankful to be back home and in the arms of everyone I love, and reunited with my cat, and my bed, and American food, BUT if I could have had a few more months, even days, hours, or minutes, I would have taken them without hesitation. I would ...
Cross country travelers have a name for the long hours that we put behind the wheel. We call it windshield time. Today was almost 12 hours of windshield time broken up by a small side trip to the RV and Motorhome Museum in Elkhart, Indiana. We have passed this place many times and always just as they were about to close. This time we timed it right ...
After a torturing plane ride that involved more time in airports than actually in the air I arrived on a frozen tarmac with waste high grass growing on it. I knew I was in Milwaukee. There were depressed souless crowds meandering about the airport, which is a bit strange. Normally airports are full of naive foreigners who are all excited or returning travelers who are tired, but this is Milwaukee, a grey mass ...