La Quinta Inn Milwaukee Glendale Hampton Ave
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of time. Gave up car. Had not managed to find a garage to get fuel as we were supposed to give it back full. However man there let us off and en took us to terminus outside where we needed to be. Gave him a generous tip. Another man took pity on us inside and took our cases off us put em on a trolley. Put our passports through Machine and printed our boarding passes although we had already done that in the hotel. He was very ...
Last night I received an email from my host family! La familia Ortega Ramírez! It just made this trip so real. They sent the sweetest email and sound like a great fit! They have two daughters (14 and 9), a mom and a dad, two dogs and two birds (eek!)! I am so excited to meet them and learn all about life in Costa ...
... two hours from O'hare airport in Chicago, so they very kindly agreed to bookend our 8-week adventure. We had a leisurely breakfast and then headed north to Waupaca county, to take over our cabin at 2 PM.
Ted told me how he proposed: they had agreed to buy the house, and he took her there when they first got the keys. In the yard he looked at the place and said it was all a big responsibility, he wasn't ...
After finding out there was no room for our car on the ferry last night. I called them this morning to inquire about our possibilities. She said to come early and get into standby, So that is what we did. I texted some people at home to pray that someone would either cancel out or someone would not showup or make enough room for our vehichle. They got the whole ...
... declared John insane and committed him to the Northern State Hospital for the insane in Waupun, WI. While in the hospital Teddy gave a statement saying "I did not care a rap for being shot. It is a trade risk, which every prominent public man ought to accept as a matter of course." I bet he was worn out by the end of that ...