Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Appleton
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... see as many museums, churches and cathedrals as possible. A trip to Versailles, evening cruise on the Seine, obligatory Eiffel Tower photos and more are also on the list. And of course, eating! Crepes, croissants and maybe even escargots! I am very excited to be visiting this historic city and look forward to sharing my adventures.
Have been busy with family so missed a blog. Drove from Guttenberg to Clintonville via Lacrosse on Friday. La Crosse is on the Mississippi and is a very beautiful town. went to Grandad Bluff where we overlooked the town and river. Lovely drive from there to our relatives. Used the highways to get there.This was a different experience but still gave us great views across farm land. Wes was ...
As Zoe says, we will be taking a little plane, a medium plane, and then a BIG plane on our way to Manchester, England. The girls are super excited. We've outlined what we'll be doing & seeing in London in a fortnight. Friends we need to see have been contacted and plans are coming ...
... it had happened.
Next, we were in one of the EAA tents where there was a display of a B-17 ball turret. This is a ball barely 3 feet in diameter into which a young man lowered himself, then did his best to use the two .50 caliber machine guns to protect himself and his crew from attacking German fighters. While looking at it, who should walk up but a veteran who had done just that in N. Africa and Italy during WWII. Very impressive to actually meet ...
... miles, ate unhealthy food, and looked at various airplanes and exhibits.
One of the neatest areas was the chalet for the US Government, where Alex and I flew the Wright Brothers Flyer simulator, learned about the National Historic site dedicated to the Wrights in Dayton, and visited with a member of the Customs and Border Patrol Pipe and Drum team (he was wearing a kilt).
One of the interesting planes we saw today was a B-17, ...