Days Inn & Suites Milwaukee
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Milwaukee. Home of the Mighty Hogs.
Chicago, (place of the stinky onions, in the local language), is a large rich place. After all, how much did it cost to re-engineer the Chicago River to have the polluted water flow the other way, thus saving Lake Michigan from poisoning by sending the nasties down to St Louis and on to the Gulf of …
Schlemiel! Schlimazel! Hasenpfeffer! Yes, we are at the home of Laverne, Shirley, and the Fonz, Milwaukee! More later! On this journey, Dick and I are excited to see new natural sites on this trip. No new sites in Indianapolis. However, we did see a man-made site we never saw before, an all electric I3 BMW. Beautiful car! This trip is filled with new technology: - Car refrigerator we plug into the cigarette lighter or 12V power supply. Size of a console and ...
... for everyone! I got my ass kicked 3 games to nil despite Karen getting sicker by the minute from the damp weather.
I took her winning ass home and we ordered in Chinese...best of the trip so far.
Milwaukee is a really cool city, the people are friendly, loads of great food and entertainment options and a pleasantly grungy feel, like a comfortable old chair set up in front of a 50 inch plasma and a fridge full of Miller light.
... from Fund for Teachers it would not have been possible to travel like we did. We were so lucky to travel to two countries, thirteen cities, and roughly 6,000 miles! Being able to meet our students' families, experiencing the culture of so many different places, and meeting new people and hearing their stories has been so rewarding. Developing our Spanish speaking ...
... some boys tried to open the doors of my car while I was waiting on the street around the corner from the venue, thank goodness all the doors lock when you start the engine, a pulled away from the curb and drove around the block again, a bit scary. Our last day in Milwaukee was spent at the Harley Davidson Museum and having a look around Milwaukee.
The Cutrupi's fly home tomorrow, I will be sad to see them go. Steve, John, Jenni and I are off to the ...