Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Milwaukee-New Berlin
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... as "Why are the tires always entirely white on the older motorcycles?" and he was truly a fountain of info (most of which fell out my other ear after successfully navigating its way into the first ear). He also took us into the Archives area, where a few hundred additional bikes are stored. This is also where they do any needed restoration work (they generally try and avoid this and display the bikes in their ...
Day 41. Sunday 5 July 2015
Visit the old town of Cedarburg. Walked the main street. Lots f lovely buidings and a restored Art Deco theatre. We then lunched at a park beside the last covered bridge to be built - not sure if that is in Wisconsin or In USA.
We have been so impressed with both Minnesota and Wisconsin. They are beautiful states.
Someone we met told us we should drive along Lake Drive going in to Milwaukee.We are very flexible and if someone recommends ...
... above Seattle. This was the “First Corner” then the “Forgotten Northeast” 2012 ride include Quebec City via northern Maine this was “The Second Corner” and of course last year’s trip “The Cajun- Parrot Run” took me to Key West “The Third Corner”. If you haven’t guessed already… this year’s trip will take me to San Diego which will be “The Forth Corner” AKA the ...
... At Point we walked right through the whole plant, getting spilled beer on our shoes, climbing narrow stairs to catwalks. This tour was up close and personal. We actually walked into the room where the beer was being aged. We were so surprised in the bottling area that they were bottling O'Fallon Pumpkin Ale. Evidently they contract with O'Fallon to either brew using their recipe or to just bottle for them. They contract with some other ...
Today's breakfast character was "The monopoly guy". Not the guy with the top hat and moustache though, this guy was telling some poor fellow about a game of monopoly he played in 1972, including what people rolled on the dice. It was immensely awkward...I didn't mind though, I had donuts (haha Donut Guy!).
So today was Summerfest. I hadn't actually heard of it before planning this trip, although it is the biggest music festival in the whole world! It goes for 11 days ...