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... Cathedral Square. We spent some time inside admiring the beautiful stained glass windows and listening to organ music. Church was originally built 1835 and restored 100 years later after a major fire. There was a lot of activity at Cathedral Square Park with workers setting up tents and booths for Basille Day festival starting July 10th. City has a lot of one to two weeks ethnic festivals during the ...
Our travels have taken Kathy back to her childhood home. We ventured up into Michigan to visit Spring Lake. Our first stop was St. Mary's Church. We found out they tore down the original church. Where the church once stood sits a playground. The new church which stands on the other side of the old rectory, is modern and big. We met some very nice ladies who gave us a lot information about the church after Kathy left. Our next stop was the elementary ...
... 1 mile... The bike performed magnificently - I was low on brake fluid, I was in need of an oil change, and I suspect a coolant flush will be in order, but other than putting gas in I added 1/2 quart of oil to the bike. The final numbers for the trip looked like this: total days 15 days - days on the bike 10 days- days with no riding 5 days. Miles from WI to New Orleans to San Diego 3,109 - Miles from San Diego to Home 2,226. Miles ...
... by Dan, Bailey and Derrick who we met on couch surfing. They were so welcoming and friendly. They had the afternoon all lined up so we could get as much in as possible. They basically gave us a full private tour of the city explaining what every building was with a few good stories thrown into the mix.
We luckily came on the weekend when Milwaukee open doors was on, a number of buildings ...
... voucher. Beer voucher was spent at a bar who's name escapes me, but Les enjoyed the outside fire pit which is probably the last thing you need on a day like this. A few beers and bars later we managed to grab some food at the "Swingin Door Exchange" where we tried the "Spicy Vermouth Carrots". Carrots have never tasted so good and been so unhealthy. From what i could tell it was carrots soaked in sugar and butter, yum!
Had some more beers and talked to some people ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center