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... I can fit to sustain myself in an apartment abroad. Not to mention, they give you a 50 lb limit. Otherwise that's another $60 in the airport's pocket. I'm a hoarder. This was not easy.
But mostly I wanted to write this post to help with the jitters I've been feeling. Up until the last week, all I could feel was excitement about being gone in another country for a semester. However, it really has started to hit that I ...
We were excited to arrive in Waukesha to meet up with Brett's parents Tom and Trudy and his Aunt Terry and Uncle Tom (aka Unc). Waukesha is Trudy, Tom, and Terry's hometown so they took us for a walk around town before we headed to a bar for traditional Wisconsin Friday night fish fry and drinks. With a big week ahead of us we decided to head home early and watch the ...
... Erin’s apartment having a few drinks with a couple more friends. Kelli and I turned in fairly early, wanting to get a good start on the drive up to Sturgeon Bay the next day.
The following morning Kelli and I set out early, breakfasting at Maxfield’s Pancakehouse before a quick stop at a local store to buy a cheap ...
... I done that! It was in a sketchy part of the city and the internet connection was sooooo slow, dial-up would've been an improvement. So we booked a couple nights at the Aloft Milwaukee Downtown. We've stayed in Alofts before, so we knew it would be nice. It's a funky hotel chain with loud music in the lobby and a futuristic atmosphere. Much better than our first hotel!
Just got back ...
... a bizarre street festival with corn husks strewn all over the streets. Later that evening we had some drinks at an Irish bar close to our hotel before turning in for the night.
The rest of my visit we spent relaxing at the house in Cary and enjoying the last of the summer sunshine with a few cinema and dinner dates in the evenings. ...
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