Holiday Inn Express - Pleasant Prairie
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... moved in the same day we arrived. Despite running on 5 hours of sleep, too much artificial energy, and having just spent 72 hours packing and moving, we helped unpack and move a bit more before relaxing. In all fairness Kait drove 13+ hours.
Milwaukee is great so far. We ate some delicious Korean food at Stone Bowl and wandered around the neighborhood near DJ's apartment. Came home blew up the air mattress and wound the night down with some wine and a re-run of Broad ...
... their amazing photos on flickr (click here). They preceded the Denali trip with a small boat tour of the Inside Passage on Un-Cruise.
Being off-the grid.
We only had cell reception and/or WiFi in or near the cities, but I never missed the phone or the computer. Alaska’s environment fills ...
... turned its head towards Duke and at about the same time Duke seemed to notice that he was surrounded by hundreds of such beasts. Barking stopped, he looked around, appeared to consider what he saw, realized he was outnumbered and then lay down and closed his eyes. Must have been like a bad dream! The other observation about this part of the country is the number of motorcycles that are on the road. Probably 20% of the highway traffic. Nearby is the city of Sturgis ...
Well, if there is a Mecca ( insert your religious equivalent) for Harley enthusiasts then this is the place. Milwaukee - Wisconsin: not only known for 'Happy Days', 'Laverne and Shirley' but "That 70s Show" and the film "Blues Brothers" were also filmed here (not Chicago as Jake and Elwood would have you believe).
Wisconsin is well known for it's beer, bratz (sausages) and ...
Jelly beans always tasted like pure sugar without any good flavor to it. Until Jelly Belly's came along! Sure they are a bit more expensive but they are so worth it!! They taste exactly like the flavors they are named after.
Apparently, Ronald Reagan was such a fan (possibly because they helped kick his smoking habit) that he always had them at the Oval Office and in Air Force One. Although Reagan's favorite flavor ...