The Delafield Hotel
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... resumed their normal voices and AJ and BJ heard them saying 'thank-you so much' to the farmer and 'time to go.'
Everyone piled back into the van which soon headed back out onto the road. After a tiring journey they were back at their hotel. Just before they headed off to their different rooms AJ and BJ heard the humans agreeing to meet back at the van at 7 o'clock for dinner.
The Daddy headed back to his room and flopped on the couch and watched some TV for a while. ...
... the mussels. Thought of you though as I ordered them!
After dinner, we continued our walk on the River Walk, saw cruise boats and the Fonz!
And, of course, this is the place where Pabst started and the home of Miller Brewing! Lots of Miller and Pabst signs. And, we drove past the original home of Frederick Pabst. Wonderful old, well-maintained homes here in Milwaukee.
So, back in the hotel writing this blog and tomorrow we head to Minneapolis. See you ...
this is what I wrote in my journal at the Dar Es Salaam airport while waiting for my flight
Sept 21st, Saturday
I can't believe I'm actually leaving. They say time flies, but DAMN. Was I ever here at all? Did I just dream this whole thing? I am so worried that I will forget some important memory of this trip. Everywhere we went I was always in the present moment. I had complete control over my mind. No anxiety, no depression, nothing. I soaked up every bit of ...
... and Hofbrau Delikator (double bock). I had a glass of Riesling. Larry had a German Bratwurst on a Pretzel Roll with sauerkraut. Derek and I shared the Wurst Platter which had three kinds of sausage, red cabbage, sauerkraut, German potato salad and we added a side of spatzle. All three of us shared a home made apple streudel. It was the perfect ending to a very good meal. We walked back to the hotel, blogged, watched TV, checked email and went to bed.
Sunday we went to a picnic for the Chicago chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association. It was a nice little event, meant as a send off to incoming PSU freshmen. They provided free picnic food and drinks, and everyone had to introduce themselves, their background and their major at Penn State. I had fun chatting with some of the people there, and watching the kids play. The best part was that there was an ...