Holiday Inn Express Milwaukee N. Brown Deer/Mequon
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... off all drafts making some $1. The other, Finks, has a secret phrase, that when said, allows you a shot of the bartenders choosing for $2. The bartender must have picked up on what we were throwing out there because he poured us some delicious whisky. Hung out with our Lakefront tour guide later in the night. They showed us some secret spots and good views. Milwaukee is full of great people and great vibes thus ...
When you type 'Milwaukee' into the GPS from Massillon Ohio, you get an estimated 7.5 hours of drive time. Apparently Google has yet to program time warps into the maps app. Not that time matters when you have no job, but let me break something down.
We left at 10am EST, lost an hour due to time zone change, and arrived at 7:45pm Wisconsin time. 10a-7:45p would be 9.75 hours then add in the lost hour and were at 10.75 hours total!?!
We made it.
... were on their way back home to Nebraska....
Wisconsin has lots of little, I mean maybe 200 population towns, that are cute as a button and seem stuck in a time warp. The homes and business are well maintained and the early 20th century architecture has for the most part been preserved. We stopped at one camper sales place and they offered free food. Guess wot,,,Yeppers, Brats...No ...
... there or go up the steps. Our group decided to use the steps. They were VERY steep at first and I was thinking that walking was a bad decision. But then they leveled off a bit and got more gradual, and before we knew it we were at the top. It's an absolutely breathtaking view. You can see the whole city and the volcanoes and mountains. All with a big, beautiful cross. We spent some time there taking pictures. Then it was back on ...
Today, we visited the Mitchell Park Domes. Its a conservatory with three very different exhibits. Each dome has plants from different regions of the world. There is a Desert Dome, a Tropical Dome and a Show Dome. The Show Dome changes through out the year. The other domes are a great resource to learn about plants, ecology, endangered species, bio geogrpahy, conservation, habitats, plant life. This ...