La Quinta Inn & Suites Milwaukee Delafield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... literally dozens of cheese-makers. All the produce was freshly-picked, picture-perfect, and very appealing.
We also visited Monona Terrace, a community/ conference centre designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1938, but only built in 1992. With a beautiful design based on the sphere, it is quite striking, and offers a rooftop garden overlooking Lake Monona. Finally, the capitol building, itself, is modeled on the one in Washington ...
... the touristy stuff-sight seeing, zip lining, checking out the beaches...and the second week is the family stay where I get to live with a Tica! (Thats what they call Costa Rican families) Ill try to post as frequently as possible! Oh warning: Im not taking my computer so I won't be able to upload pictures from my camera, but Ill take some good ones on my phone and post those. And then when I return, I will add the ones from my camera!
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... edge of his corn and the bike trail. He passed me off to his neighbor, and I'm staying in his freshly mowed field tonight (picture below), which I think actually has a great view. I did about 30 miles this evening which was nice after such a hard ride yesterday. I have about 52 tomorrow morning to make it to Milwaukee. Enjoy the ...
... The flexible mass schedule aids many families who have busy lives and allows them the option of going to church in the morning or at night. For people who aren't religious just admiring the architecture is something that is worth while as well. We enjoyed going to Prince of Peace/Principe de Paz and can't wait to visit our next site in ...
... leaner pork on the track. Apparently one of the must do things at the Wisconsin State Fair is try a cream puff which at $4 seemed pretty expensive and the line was very long. After queueing for a good 20 minutes, we were handed these incredibly large puffs which had a whole bag of whipped cream in it. Steffie and I shared one while Thomas tackled one on his own. Stupendous!
We had some tickets to use up on the way back so Thomas and I went on a loop de loop ride and we ...