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... our residence in Chelsea and then either walk, take a bus, or take a cab the rest of the way there. That's the part I'm most nervous about so I'll be sure to let you all know how that goes!
Well, my mom just called and she's on her way home from work and then we're off to the airport. Next time you hear from me I'll be in London! ...
... my experience with them, but it also made me sad. The start of their journey meant the ending of mine. It was then that it truly started to sink in that I was leaving. Saying goodbye to Gilbert at the airiport was the other half of that sinking feeling. I have had to say goodbye to a lot of people today that I have grown really fond of, and Gilbert was the last one of those people. I am truly thankful that I have had all of these amazing human beings around me throughout ...
... meet such wonderful people. Then Derrick drove us to the greyhound station we dumped our bags and went off to explore the rest of the city. We walked around for a very long time, found the Bronze Fonz. We went to see the discovery center but it was closed for maintenance so we decided to check out the Harley Davidson museum. Had some lunch and headed back to the bus station for our trip to Chicago.
... with soybeans and lucerne. The countryside is still like home with rolling hills The great thing about today is that we saw 51 eagles! Eventually we hit Milwaukee. Guess where the guys head? You got it - straight to the HD museum! After about 20 mins though we decide to find somewhere to stay and Al set his gps and leads us for what seems like ages to the other side of town. The parts of ...
... to get me to buy a Harley. Next we headed for Miller Park, the ball park of the Milwaukee Brewers. The Brewers are out of town so we just made a drive by and then headed for downtown Milwaukee for lunch. We found a historic tea house for a light lunch. Next we set out on foot for the Milwaukee river walk. Milwaukee has three rivers that merge near Lake Michigan, the rivers feature many bridges and boats, along the shore downtown are walk ways. At one point is the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking