Milwaukee River Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of time. Gave up car. Had not managed to find a garage to get fuel as we were supposed to give it back full. However man there let us off and en took us to terminus outside where we needed to be. Gave him a generous tip. Another man took pity on us inside and took our cases off us put em on a trolley. Put our passports through Machine and printed our boarding passes although we had already done that in the hotel. He was very ...
I still get excited the night before any trip and as a result I usually end up having a fairly restless sleep... last night was no exception. I woke up early and since I had the bike all packed and ready to go yesterday, I decided to head out at 5:00am this morning and use the extra time to allow for additional stops if needed. The weather was clear to start with but after an hour or so the rain started. That was the first of ...
... probably about 2-3 miles. Nice walk, and nice area. Lots of potential and as Dick read in TripAdvisor, not as much action on River Walk. There are a few restaurants and bars, but mostly the backside of buildings. We stopped a few people to get directions and advice. One gentleman told us about the Third Ward where there were some restaurants and bars! The Third Ward is about a block off the River Walk.
Saw the Pedal Tavern, just like Cincinnati's Pedal Wagon. And, guess ...
It's hard to believe that after eight months of planning, we're only four short days away from leaving for our Irish adventure. We've put in countless weekends of research (helped by a long, cold winter) and have finalized our ten day itinerary.
Among a few things, we're looking forward to the following highlights:
- Causeway Crossing 50k race along the northern coastline.
- Historic sights such as Newgrange, the ...
... covered the weather, as all idle conversation must, but then discussed Amaranth and the neighborhood, and the wonky, octogonal vending cart she was selling out of; it was built by David. If I've ever seen a gypsy-mobile, this is it.
Faye thinks our conversation was so simplistically important, that she decides to gift me with a framed poem she wrote. It was about Thank You's...thanking me for such a seemingly insignificant encounter. It was however, not insignificant. She ...