Holiday Inn Express Milwaukee N. Brown Deer/Mequon
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... mustard, cheese and Elk jerkey. The public market was like a condensed phanueil hall. Afterwards we went to find the Ubertap cheese bar. If you like cheese definitely check this place out! There is a bar on one side and a cheese market on the other. With samples of all types of cheeses all over the store! Cheese ...
On Friday, October 10th we flew out to Milwaukee, WI to join in celebrating Adam and Christine getting married!
We arrived at the hotel and got ready for the rehearsal and dinner as Michael was a groomsmen and needed to get the Catholic wedding traditions down! Leah and Tina Whitnell caught up as they worked on when to kneel and when to stand.
After that we went to a local Italian place where we ate ...
... I said yes and he asked if I could stay there longer and just talk to him... Lol... Then he asked if I had any questions about the search.. I said no and he said please can you just ask one question... Ha ha ... That was funny....
I am sure we are going to have more as the time goes on... Have met some lovely people.
When we got on the planes yesterday in North Carolina the couple behind us saw our t shirts and asked if we had been ...
... to drive the hour to Guatemala City for our flight.
When we got to the airport we had to say our final goodbyes to Nils. Then we went inside, figured out who needed to check a bag to get everything home, and then stood in our first of MANY lines for the day. Then we went to departure customs, where we needed to fill out a form. Then waited in line for security. When we got through we got some Zacapa rum to bring home. ...
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 ...