Radisson Hotel Menomonee Falls
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... 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, ...
... market....fyi great Shrimp Po'boy, some would say as good as New Orleans, we walked along the riverfront in search of Fonzie. By this stage we were both completely wet so a quick photo and off we went back to the car.
Headed a few miles out of downtown to the Miller brewery tour. At one stage Milwaukee was the capital of beer brewing in this country, hence the baseball team being called the brewers. Alas this is no longer the case, ...
... also been a bonus. Traveling back to the U.S. today has been interesting as I don't know which language I should speak so I just put them both together. The airports have been fun, haha. A big thank you goes out to all of you who have been following our trip as we go! It was so nice to hear from some of you along the way. It will be even better to see/talk with you once ...
August 28, 2011
Where's my head???
After a wonderful summer, the day of my departure has finally come. With only one full day in the US left, I feel it is more than fitting to honor the request of one faithful blog reader – that is, to know where my head is. While grammatically incorrect, the question "Where’s your head at?" comes up often on the UWEC Forensics team. Of course, we don’t ...
Good news! I will be working in Walsrode, Niedersachsen at the appropriately named Walsrode Gymnasium. To be perfectly honest, my first reaction was "Where in blazes is that???" My suspicions were confirmed – I won't exactly be teaching in a bustling metropolis, rather a town with a modest population of 24,000. What Walsrode lacks in population it makes up for in location, nestled in a triangle between ...