The Econo Lodge Milwaukee Airport Hotel
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... is known for these decadent treats-- cream puffs as large as a fist, and they are to die for. In fact, if you ate more than one, death could be a real possibility. Perhaps a million calories, but each calorie a delicious one.
Milwaukee held yet another major treat for us. Each weekend in the summer they stage an ethnic fair, which changes from week to week. We happened to be there for Irish Fest, which we read was the largest ...
... at the Irish festival there. We were fairly lucky regarding our fellow travellers on the bus, minus one American girl who felt that the whole bus needed to be aware of her whole conversation and a woman next to us who really needed to have her phone on loud whilst she played slots on it! 2 hours in we stopped off in Tomar for some leg stretching and fast food, as we walked out into the 90 degree heat we quickly realised how amazing aircon is and that our destination would probably ...
... college and airplanes from Adams career as a pilot.
After dinner we danced and drank the night away to live music then enjoyed arguably the most creative event of the night - Popcorn Bar! They had fresh popcorn wheeled out at about 10pm with assorted butters and salts to go with. It was a Midwestern heaven for Leah.
We flew home on Sunday morning checking another set of friends off the 'single' list.
... brewing, caverns, and tasting .. we had 3 beers,and pretzels. we bought a group photo, miniature beer jug and key ring ...photo and other bits only cost $20 ..well worth it. Great tour. We went back to motel ..and had a drink before going to the mexican restaurant down the road Jalapeño Loco. Very nice food...too much for me...but took a box away ..still in the fridge ..left for the cleaning lady! Tomorrow we leave for ...
... known Harley-Davidson in existence, which is encased in glass. Pretty awesome to see this.
There were all sorts of bikes made over the years including those used by the police, the military and even the US Postal Service. Hopefully they will be using one to deliver my missing bag to Denver !
I made my way around the museum and played with a number of interactive exhibits including one in the 'Engine Room' where you could choose all the different types of Harley ...