Days Inn Milwaukee-Glendale
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... special "Willie G." exhibition now underway, and then had a special "Backroads" tour in the museum that included a guided visit to their "archives".
The main building is comprised of two floors plus the "Archives". The main floor houses everything HD since World War II and the second floor holds everything prior, back to 1903. The self-guided tour actually starts on the second floor and right ...
Day 41. Sunday 5 July 2015
Visit the old town of Cedarburg. Walked the main street. Lots f lovely buidings and a restored Art Deco theatre. We then lunched at a park beside the last covered bridge to be built - not sure if that is in Wisconsin or In USA.
We have been so impressed with both Minnesota and Wisconsin. They are beautiful states.
Someone we met told us we should drive along Lake Drive going in to Milwaukee.We are very flexible and if someone recommends ...
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.
Every time we fly out of Milwaukee we stay at the Fairfield and we go for dinner at The Branded Steer on the corner of 13th and College. It's a decent steakhouse, inexpensive and convenient. They have a good selection of menu items and the shish ka bobs look really healthy. Whether they really are is another thing but it seemed like a good menu selection.
Once returning from dinner, ...
... a golden colored root beer with a maple flavor. Yum!
Our tour guide was Evan Koepnick, I remember his last name because he wanted us to give him feed back via email. Of all the tours this was the most entertaining. Two minutes before the start of the tour he announced a warning to fill your glasses and use the bathroom and hug your friend. When the tour started he took us in a room where we could see all the brewing ...