Olympia Resort: Hotel, Spa & Conference Center
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... is known for these decadent treats-- cream puffs as large as a fist, and they are to die for. In fact, if you ate more than one, death could be a real possibility. Perhaps a million calories, but each calorie a delicious one.
Milwaukee held yet another major treat for us. Each weekend in the summer they stage an ethnic fair, which changes from week to week. We happened to be there for Irish Fest, which we read was the largest ...
... cocktails, barbecues and roasts (cooked by Tom and Brett’s Uncle Jim). Every afternoon we would also take the boat out to watch the sunset over the lake. On a few occasions during our afternoon boat trips we stopped off at Spinnakers, a bar on the lakeside, for a few beers and popcorn.
All in all we had a wonderful time relaxing and catching up with Brett’s family and ...
... Fall came crashing in with school, football, volleyball, cross country and a little more baseball. Frances started at her own little school for 3 hours, 1 day a week. She loves putting on her backpack and doing her "homework". Sharing is something we are still working on! Frances celebrated her first 4th of July, her 2nd birthday, ...
... tour is also free, that is freakin' awesome.
The tour itself was great, they constantly tell you how good they are to the environment/community/employees/custome rs and get you pretty excited about Miller Beer. The Brewery is huge...beyond huge, and it's not even their biggest plant. They make 500,000 cases of beer a day - enough for a case a week for everyone in NZ!
The packaging area was reminiscent of the scene from Indiana Jones (or Family ...
Today we continue our journey, south-west and into Namibia. Gobabis is situated west from the Buitepos border post, and serves as an important link to South Africa on the paved Trans-Kalahari Highway. We will get a glimpse of how the San adapted to the Kalahari Desert by learning wilderness survival skills by local Bushmen. We may also do another game drive in the morning before we depart to Windhoek.
September 19th - Windhoek, Namibia