Holiday Inn Express Delafield
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... have enjoyed the mussels. Thought of you though as I ordered them! After dinner, we continued our walk on the River Walk, saw cruise boats and the Fonz! And, of course, this is the place where Pabst started and the home of Miller Brewing! Lots of Miller and Pabst signs. And, we drove past the original home of Frederick Pabst. Wonderful old, well-maintained homes here in Milwaukee. So, back in the hotel writing this blog and tomorrow we head to Minneapolis. See you ...
... for everyone! I got my ass kicked 3 games to nil despite Karen getting sicker by the minute from the damp weather.
I took her winning ass home and we ordered in Chinese...best of the trip so far.
Milwaukee is a really cool city, the people are friendly, loads of great food and entertainment options and a pleasantly grungy feel, like a comfortable old chair set up in front of a 50 inch plasma and a fridge full of Miller light.
... family! I'll be returning June 29th late at night. I hope you enjoy reading all about my adventures! I'm not sure when I'll have time to post or take pictures, but I'll try to keep you all updated. See you all in 2 weeks! ...
A work in progress, but one being carried with so much enthusiasm and positive energy there is little doubt the program will continue to evolve and find its way to continuing to serve the people of La Montagne.
I look forward to returning to La Montagne next month at the end of September to see what progress has been made and to continue to share ideas with and even more so, to learn from CEL and ...
... decent number of city blocks in the imaginitively named Miller Valley (I say imaginitive because you have to imagine the hills that would actually make it a valley). It was fantastic just walking through the place to where the tour kicks off.
Signed up for the tour, there were a whole bunch of kids on it too...Not sure what they planned to get out of it (although I was disturbed by the number of them worshipping "Keith Stone" - the Keystone light sales ...