Lake Geneva Inn
Travel Blogs from Lake Geneva
Today I arrived at Palmyra, Wisconsin. We were in the woods, but then a gray wolf spotted us. OH KNOW! So my brother said, "Let's get out of here!" But the gray wolf did not have a sweet tooth so we just started to hide so the gray wolf went away and we ran off.
... work they do.
I remember Gopal and Mr. Goshi looking down a well at the coir factory and wondering what they were looking at before realizing how amazing it was to have the water table at fifteen feet rather than the 300 feet it is in the north of India. I've played the videos of Nancy teaching children "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes" to everyone's delight. We hear the ...
... enjoyed the buffet and the eggs benedict, both of which were fantastic. I cannot stress enough how kind and attentive the service was, both by the hostess and the server.
We next made our way to the waterpark. It must be understood that this is a small indoor waterpark, which has two waterslides, a lazy, almost somnambulant river, a pool, and a dedicated toddler pool. If you are looking for a thrilling and ...
... 500,000 cases of beer which is emptied and refilled every day.
We then walked across the street and up 64 stairs and 100 degree temperature to the brewing area then back across the street to the caves where they use to store the beer before refrigeration and then to the most important place....THE TASTING ROOM. Terry was ready to switch to Miller when he thought it was an American company. However he was informed that Miller/Coors ...
... in a short time and not familiar with any of it. It was like going to NYC and never seeing it before. I was very impressed at the cleanliness of the city itself and their efficient crosswalks.
We walked the city for miles, miles and more miles. Stopped at:
John Hancock Observatory
Friday, we leave for SD with a stay over in Minnesota! Until ...