Days Inn Milwaukee-Glendale
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... that Wisconsin is serious about its recycling at least in the rest areas! Talk about being very specific about sorting your recycled items. Inside the rest area, they had a dirt track car. Dave Standen, this photo is for you. Dick said that you used to go to dirt track races in Wisconsin!
Arrived in Milwaukee after being on the road for about 6.5 hours. After getting settled, we drove down to the Milwaukee River Walk going past Marquette University. Got a good ...
Drove 401 miles in 6.5 hours on day 1. Explored the city on day 2.
After the long drive we were pretty exhausted. Luckily we managed to find a great Somali restaurant a block from the hotel for our dinner. Great spicy food for real cheap...still paid for from our casino haul the previous night, even sweeter.
Woke up to another ****** day weather wise but we went into town anyway. The ...
Our first night was with Ted and Lisa just near Milwaukee. Ted is the son of my cousin Diane. Lisa is the academic in the family, from a distinguished line of academics. Ted was the first guy she ever knew, closely, who hunted and fished and had been a soldier.
Ted is an amazing cook -- I hope Anna wrote down what he cooked, as I think I fell asleep. Hope my face wasn't in the plate.
Arrived in Milwaukee pretty much on time; bags waiting for us by the time we made it into the station. Interestingly, we ran into two men (a man and his wheelchair-bound dad) who were in the roomette down the hall from us on the sleeper out of Charlottesville and into Chicago. (We think they were coming from Philly.) Kind of interesting to run into them again in Milwaukee.
First adventure was at the rental car place (about four blocks from the station), ...
... where a game was going on.
Decided to get as much road behind us before stopping to eat, which we did just before Lodi.
Interestingly we have noticed every inch of Interstate highway that we have traveled from Maryland seems to be torn up or under construction. Every time you get up to speed (70 MPH in many places) you are slowing down for construction zones.
On to Lodi...