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... back to the Hyatt from 3 to 5 for what will be the high light of the trip for Bob - Germany's 7-1 win over Brazil in the World Cup semi-final. There were several interesting restaurants six blocks from the Hyatt but with all the walking we had done we decided to go across the street to an Italian place. It was a good choice as we both enjoyed our meals. Kathy had cheese cannelloni and Bob had chicken ...
... the original school had been replaced. Our final stop was Kathy's old house. It was still there but almost completely hidden by trees and hard to see. Like they say you can't go home again. Thankfully, you can keep home in your memory. Heading back south to continue our trip to Milwaukee we stopped at Warren Dunes State Park. This is a beach on Lake Michigan. There were lots of bathers and an incredibly high dune. Lake Michigan looks like an ocean ...
... day 779 and the miles the last 35 hours (Moab to Oak Creek WI) 1,382). It was a great trip over 14 states and a grand total of 5,335 miles. I also want to give a shout out to the many nice people I met on the trip (some of whom are now on the blog list). Meeting the nice people on the trip is a big part of the enjoyment in making the trip in the first place. Next years Charity ride in Europe will only be about 2,600 miles (one way) so ...
... open to the public were all open for our eyes to see and we had a jam packed few hours. Visiting the Basilica of St Josaphat, a brewery that wasn't open- we all thought we were in for a treat boy were we wrong it was a space full of equipment not yet set up and there was no beer. We then went to the Gas and Light building up to the 17th floor to see a beautiful view of the city.
We then went to ...
... or may not have been human. You'll have to excuse the vagueness on details today but it was a pub crawl after all.
Back in our hotel early i think for a well earned rest in preparation for our second Brewers game tomorrow.
I give Milwaukee a 8 of 10 score on the Chris Marshall city scale. Very friendly people and great beer. It loses points for outrages heat and the fact that the city is continually spinning which makes walking straight down the street tough.
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