Days Inn West Allis
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... condition whenever possible). A couple of noteworthy items from this portion of the tour - those are Evel Kneivel's original medical x-rays hanging on the wall showing just some of the broken bones he experienced over the years (his family donated them!); and that "Honda" you see on the rack in the Archives pic is actually a Buell in disguise. In order to keep a low profile while doing road tests through ...
... Being a Sunday we drove into the city and found a parking spot near to the river which has a walk on both sides. There are also sculptures along the walk, including the most photographghed spot in Milwaukee which is a statue of the Fonz. We watched the small pleasure boats going through the raised bridges and had a beer and mojito at a micro brewery.
Off to find a camp spot and ended up at the State fairgrounds. Today was the last day of a huge music festival called Summerset.
... a home run hit was not getting to see the newest attraction at the stadium. A statue of legendary announcer Bob Uecker has been put in the "Uecker Seats" (look it up online) where fans can sit next to him and take a picture. We planned to do it after the game but were turned away by an usher who told us that is only allowed before the game. Guess I will have to go back sometime! Speaking of Bob Uecker, they pipe his broadcast into ...
... living in the Morogoro house. (which is built for 60 people) I am so elated to meet foreign frands!
2) I AM OFFICIALLY LEAVING ON THE 30TH OF THIS MONTH holy ****.
3) I AM OFFICIALLY INVITING YOU TO SUBSCRIBE TO MY OFFICIAL TRIP BLOG SO YOU CAN OFFICIALLY READ ALL MY OFFICIAL UPDATES AND OFFICIALLY LIVE VICARIOUSLY
4) jambo, officially
ps. I am now officially BROKE haha
... and I got Raspberry Weiss. They were all three good. We all got the same lunch: Usinger bratwurst (more later) and house-made chips - potato, sweet potato and yam. It was all very good.
When we life there we headed further north to the Lakeshore Brewery. We got there at 1:10 just after the first tour of the day took off. So we paid $7 each for our tour and received an 8 oz plastic glass with four tokens in it. Each token ...