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... home. Some of you may remember that we started our travels in search of hammocks and while we started with one in Nicaragua, we didn't see another one until the end of our trip. So I guess it's also fitting that not only did we start and end with a selfie, but we also started and ended our travels with a hammock. We will see you back at home! :) Hasta Luego, Nicole and ...
Wow.. What a day.. Started with breakfast at our hotel.. Then off we went to the Harley Museum. What an awesome huge experience. It was great... So many bikes and history.
We then walked back to the hotel to bring back our shopping and called a taxi to head out to Milwaukee Harley Davidson. It was quite a drive and a ...
I keep remembering these funny things that have happened so I feel, I should blog them so even we don't forget.
The other night in Memphis when we were at the cafe having dinner, the young black girl was talking to Deano about where he was from. She wanted him to teach her to say something in Australian. He told her to say G'day Mate.. It sounded so funny.. Then she asked him what she had just said and what it meant. It was hilarious ....
... It is an icon and when you have one you are instantly part of a treasured heritage. After a good lunch we planned to see the cathedral but got sidetracked by a museum of Men at Work. The Grohmann Museum showed many acts of working life mainly from a German viewpoint - the were the first settlers here - through pictures and statues. The cathedral was modern looking with a font and pool for total immersion during baptism. Wednesday dawned misty with the promise of sun ...
We continue east to the city of Milwaukee and a visit to the Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM) with a collection of over 30,000 works of art serving over 350,000 visitors a year. The MAM recently gained international recognition with the construction of the white concrete Quadracci Pavilion, designed by Santiago Calatrava (his first completed project in the United States), which opened on May 4, 2001. ...
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