La Quinta Inn Milwaukee Glendale Hampton Ave
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... beers to be had and a fun tour guide to share them with. Dinner was at BelAir Cantina. If you're here for any reason, you should go to there. Was the first 1 hour 45 min wait that was worth every minute. It helped that you could wait at neighboring bars and they would text you... oh and that the tacos and tamales were the best I've had. Back the the neighboring bars real quick. One of them all day Thursday ...
... moved in the same day we arrived. Despite running on 5 hours of sleep, too much artificial energy, and having just spent 72 hours packing and moving, we helped unpack and move a bit more before relaxing. In all fairness Kait drove 13+ hours.
Milwaukee is great so far. We ate some delicious Korean food at Stone Bowl and wandered around the neighborhood near DJ's apartment. Came home blew up the air mattress and wound the night down with some wine and a re-run of Broad ...
... customs. Then got our bags, went through another check. Then had to drop our bags back off to be re-checked. And had to fit our rum in there, package it so it was a little cushioned from them throwing it around, and say a prayer that it all made it safely back home. It did, but the boxes were all smushed up, so we're lucky nothing broke.
Then we had some time to get something to eat and watch the Wisconsin/Oregon game. ...
... 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 he got shot he has to deliver a 90 minute speech at the auditorium in Milwaukee. For future leaders my advice would be to wear a bulletproof vest everywhere you go!! You never know when someone will take their chance to take you down. Or they should have at least very heavy and big body guards!