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Had breakfast at the Hyatt. Walked around downtown Milwaukee for 4 and half hours. Saw a lot of interesting old buildings. Our favorite is City Hall which is in the process of being restored. Outside architectural features are very elaborate. It was built in the Flemish style similar to elaborate city halls in Holland and Germany. Inside was also very unique. Visited the Cathedral of St John the ...
... as a lake. When we drove past Chicago, we wanted to be on Interstate 90/94 which goes through the city so we could see the skyline. However, we missed our exit and had to take Interstate 294 which put us west of the city. No Chicago skyline this trip. We arrived in Milwaukee at 7:00 local time. After we checked in and got settled, we walked over to Maders, a famous German Restaurant. The food was good. We had a traditional German meal - sausage and ...
... the three homeruns, coming to bat. Out came Manuel to yank Cliff Lee. This is pretty incomprehensible to me; if you were going to yank him, why not at the top of the inning? The runner on 2nd wasn't even his fault. But it turned out to be one of those righty-lefty thing--Braun bats right, and Lee is a right-handed pitcher, so Manuel put in a lefty. (I hate it when managers do that.) The new pitcher, Josh Lindblom, promptly threw three balls to Braun, and then ...
... The town has always been welcoming to us and this is a place I could come back to time and time again. Karen and Art, ya need to come and see the museum. I can just see Art now, looking under all of the bikes, it would take you guys forever to get out of there. Even so Karen, they have the cutest little deli to sit and wait for him. Ask me how I know.
Hoping for the blue skies that Lisa has promised us. ...
Here's a tale about how our stuffed monkey Budget came to be.
Amanda, Claire, and I decided to see a movie one night at a $2 cinema outside Milwaukee. In the arcade lobby, we gawked at the sparkly crane game and each pointed out which stuffed animal we'd go for. I chose what I thought was a bear because it was in the most conducive spot for grabbing.
We watched our movie, then came out, and jokingly I wandered back to the crane game declaring "It was time to ...
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