La Quinta Inn & Suites Milwaukee Delafield
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... special "Willie G." exhibition now underway, and then had a special "Backroads" tour in the museum that included a guided visit to their "archives".
The main building is comprised of two floors plus the "Archives". The main floor houses everything HD since World War II and the second floor holds everything prior, back to 1903. The self-guided tour actually starts on the second floor and right ...
Day 41. Sunday 5 July 2015
Visit the old town of Cedarburg. Walked the main street. Lots f lovely buidings and a restored Art Deco theatre. We then lunched at a park beside the last covered bridge to be built - not sure if that is in Wisconsin or In USA.
We have been so impressed with both Minnesota and Wisconsin. They are beautiful states.
Someone we met told us we should drive along Lake Drive going in to Milwaukee.We are very flexible and if someone recommends ...
... little business with pleasure. On the 20th I’ll be heading for Houston and San Antonio… then on to Roswell NM and then Albuquerque, NM followed by the Grand Canyon –from there I’ll head down to San Diego. By all rights I should hit Mexico just for the sake of it because in the other corners where possible I road into a foreign country (Canada) - but if you think of it California (the LEFT coast) is actually like already being in a foreign country J. ...
... Marianna and Maeve (and Livie), was a real treat. With them, we did a kind of highlight bon voyage tour, seeing great sights, eating delicious food, and enjoying wonderful conversation. A perfect way to cap off our experience.
It had been over four years since we had all been together in Bozeman. Yanna and Aiden moved to Decatur, GA in 2009. Dave and I sold Refuge in 2010 and he and Heidi moved to Spokane, WA. To reconvene in, ...
... one that will serve the people of La Montagne with enthusiasm and creativity.
If you followed along last spring, you recall that in March 2012, after 2 months of living and teaching in the area and assessing English language skill levels amongst young students and adult students, CEL (Commite Education LaMontagne) and I determined that before any further methodology could be taught, the teachers of the area needed more time spent ...