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Travel Blogs from Milwaukee
My work takes me all around the world, on occasion I am able to grab an assignment inside the U.S. When I was told about the assignment coming up in Milwaukee I wasn't to excited. I have never been to Milwaukee and really didn't know to much about the city. My whole preception was base on the sitcoms "Happy Days" and "Laverne & Shirley". So, …
... and delectable! Our waitress was named Amber and she was the sweetest, nicest waitress ever! so a shout out to her! In other news we went jumping on a huge pillow trampoline and finished the books we were reading all in a days work!
Until next time
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... the engines is reduced as well.
Today was the big anniversary celebration ride - it covered over 3 miles and took an 1 1/2 hours to pass us. We had wandered up the road to watch as they left from Miller's Stadium and would end up down at the Summerfest grounds. The parade was lead by the police; sheriffs; state troopers and security - all in different uniforms and coloured bikes. The Canadian Police did quite a display followed by the local and international chapters and all ...
On our way out of Chicago we looked around the Hyde Park/ Univesity area, passing Barack Obama's house (blocked off by barricades and manned by Secret Service in parked cars) and Robie House (designed by Frank Lloyd Wright).
Then onto Wisconsin and Milwaukee- first stop the Miller brewery for another tour and free samples. Weather very warm - upto low ...
Arriving late evening in Milwaukee we met Erin at her apartment. Erin took Kelli and I on a drive around the city and then we stopped to have dinner at a Mexican restaurant.
South of the Menomee River at Walker's Point sits Conejito’s Place, one of my finest Mexican dining experiences. The inside of the restaurant had ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center