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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Schlemiel! Schlimazel! Hasenpfeffer! Yes, we are at the home of Laverne, Shirley, and the Fonz, Milwaukee! More later! On this journey, Dick and I are excited to see new natural sites on this trip. No new sites in Indianapolis. However, we did see a man-made site we never saw before, an all electric I3 BMW. Beautiful car! This trip is filled with new technology: - Car refrigerator we plug into the cigarette lighter or 12V power supply. Size of a console and ...
... market....fyi great Shrimp Po'boy, some would say as good as New Orleans, we walked along the riverfront in search of Fonzie. By this stage we were both completely wet so a quick photo and off we went back to the car.
Headed a few miles out of downtown to the Miller brewery tour. At one stage Milwaukee was the capital of beer brewing in this country, hence the baseball team being called the brewers. Alas this is no longer the case, ...
... also been a bonus. Traveling back to the U.S. today has been interesting as I don't know which language I should speak so I just put them both together. The airports have been fun, haha. A big thank you goes out to all of you who have been following our trip as we go! It was so nice to hear from some of you along the way. It will be even better to see/talk with you once ...
... 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 ...
... 187 stairs and I would be there.
I squeezed into the back of the church and found a small space against the wall. People kept arriving and the church became even more crowded. Soon there were four people deep in the aisles.
After mass I wanted to light a candle in the chapel and again I had to fight a line of people. I finally got into the packed chapel and there were so many people I doubted I would even find a candle that was not lit. But I found ...