La Quinta Inn Milwaukee Glendale Hampton Ave
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... 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 ...
... out early for Cinquo de Mayo and what intrigued me most was the simplicity of the menu. There were only a few menu options, all very cheaply priced and all served on paper plates. The three of us orded up and I enjoyed tortilla chips with guacamole, chicken enchiladas, and some of Kelli’s chicken mole.
We spent the ...
... a pretty lame freak show. An old guy stuck a nail straight into his head through his nostril and joked that he should be called Screwy Louie. The woman who did the fire breathing was probably the best part. Once the continuous loop had come full circle we headed out of the show; bloated and satisfied.
We drove back to Thomas' apartment and chillaxed before watching the sunset from the roof of his apartment building. The view over Lake Michigan was really cool. Nice one Milwaukee!
... hours. The shop service was great also, they had us out of there in an hour.
The ride to Milwaukee was windy, gray, and overcast but no rain. Sher ended up putting back on her heated liner. We got to the Museum around 2pm and stayed for about 4 hours. You could easily spend the day here, the exhibits are so awesome you just stand there and say WOW. It is amazing that people had the forethought to save things ...
... draw from. Now that most of the vegetable plants have been pulled, the soil beds were in dire need of volume, but we hardly had anything to use. Thankfully Andor donated a few bales of peat moss and woodshavings. Oh yea, and we had a 10 gallon bucket full of worm casting (more on that later), but as far as compost goes, we had but a few wheelbarrows full. Not enough to replace everything washed away and compacted from last summer's weathering.
I then decided we needed a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed