Courtyard by Marriott Milwaukee North/Brown Deer
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have you ever heard someone return from a trip and say "wow! this year I packed even more stuff then ever before, I'm proud of how heavy my cumbersome suitcase was!" of course, packing light is the preferred method for travelers. it's a challenge, but I think it's doable. for my semester abroad in Europe, I'm only bringing one carry on suitcase and ...
... college and airplanes from Adams career as a pilot.
After dinner we danced and drank the night away to live music then enjoyed arguably the most creative event of the night - Popcorn Bar! They had fresh popcorn wheeled out at about 10pm with assorted butters and salts to go with. It was a Midwestern heaven for Leah.
We flew home on Sunday morning checking another set of friends off the 'single' list.
... I said yes and he asked if I could stay there longer and just talk to him... Lol... Then he asked if I had any questions about the search.. I said no and he said please can you just ask one question... Ha ha ... That was funny....
I am sure we are going to have more as the time goes on... Have met some lovely people.
When we got on the planes yesterday in North Carolina the couple behind us saw our t shirts and asked if we had been ...
... forever, and froze our butts off getting back home. The temperature change was extreme.
Today we dropped some gifts off, picked up Charlie, who we missed like crazy, and then picked up some dinner before coming home. It was so strange for it to be just us two. We had at least 5 other people with us almost all the time for the past week. Minus our showering and sleeping time, we didn't spend much time away from them. It's ...
... to be the bowels of Milwaukee. You know you have arrived in urban shangri-la when you see a 300 pound woman wedged into a purple velour track suit wobbling across the street in front of a check cashing joint and nail salon. I must say this winner of life's lottery knew the art of accessorizing with those ginormous hoop earings and knee high cowboy boots. I don't think i even saw the light turn green ...