Travel Blogs from Green Bay
Take off is in three days!
I've been telling Jen about some of the stuff we'll be doing, and I even created a special itinerary for her. I knew my itinerary would have wayyyyy too much words and detail, so she needed something more simple and to the point. She always asks me, "How did you find out about this?"
The key is to not consult or read one brand or ...
More traffic works almost all the way to Green Bay, roads are forever under construction. Gotta love the giant orange drums everywhere. Arrived in Green Bay and went for a drive along the Fox River seeing the Historical Homes on the riverfront. Beautiful old huge homes on 1 acre blocks on the river. Went of a walk along Lake Michigan too ... Very muddy water. Proctor and Gamble a ...
... attractions. It's so popular that tour buses have to drive it clockwise and cars are encouraged to go the other way. Hopefully, if we get an early start, that won't be an issue for us.
King John's Castle, Limerick: Built between 1200 and 1210, this castle along the Shannon River was recently renovated and reopened ...
... book a short trip to Edinburgh before heading home. Everything is booked, and now it just needs to get here. Here, in a nutshell, is the plan:
Sept. 1: Depart O'Hare for Shannon (near Limerick)
Sept. 2: Arrive in Shannon. Rent car and drive to Kenmare
Sept. 3: Tour Ring of Kerry and head back to Limerick
Sept. 4-6: Conference in ...
... be thriving and working as a nurse in the small town of Tomahawk, WI. There were many other good friends there, too numerous to mention, and it was wonderful to catch up with all of them. Many were doing important work, like Judy Jenkins, who went to Viet Nam in the late 60s and worked with soldiers who had PTSD; and Pat Riley Johnson, who founded a nonprofit called Rebuilding Together. Sadly, I learned that one ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center