Milwaukee River Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Milawaukee was a really cool little city! I think top 2 of my favorite so far. We didn't even get a chance to truly see it either, we stopped in for maybe 3 hours tops. It was like a miniature Boston/New York with a cozy small town feel like Newport. We went to the Public Market and bought a bunch of spices, local ...
On Friday, October 10th we flew out to Milwaukee, WI to join in celebrating Adam and Christine getting married!
We arrived at the hotel and got ready for the rehearsal and dinner as Michael was a groomsmen and needed to get the Catholic wedding traditions down! Leah and Tina Whitnell caught up as they worked on when to kneel and when to stand.
After that we went to a local Italian place where we ate ...
Well, this is our final blog post-we started with a selfie in Chicago on July 5 and we will end with a selfie in Cancun. I can't believe 35 days have passed so quickly. While I'm excited to wear new clothes and shower regularly, I will miss Mexico. However, I won't miss packing my backpack. And I know Alissa won't miss carrying hers. It has been quite the trip! Without ...
... thunder ride at home. John and Jen lucked out and had a parade pass in there ticket packet, some 7000 bikes ride in the parade and done on random selection. police bikes on mass ride and select groups such as veteran bikes etc. Steve and Gayle used their gift of the gab, and out of the blue the guy they were chatting to gave them a pass too. turned out he was a Harley staff member. Rob, James and I managed to get front street ...
... the cultural observations I made about America and its lovely, welcoming people and mostly the things I learnt about KODA, about myself, my culture, deaf people, ASL, my family, the kids and staff and all the memories we made together. But much as I wish I'd documented for myself daily the things that make it so special and taken more photos: I think Ty is right in saying that as much as you try you won't be able to capture the experience so you may as ...