Radisson Hotel & Conference Center Green Bay
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... 5 euro spent in Ireland. Wow! Again, I think seeing this would be something we would really enjoy, and I'm glad I stumbled upon reading about it.
The beauty about traveling now is the amount of sources available, for which I feel very fortunate. It makes traveling on your own much easier and cheaper.
That's all for now and my two cents for today.
More traffic works almost all the way to Green Bay, roads are forever under construction. Gotta love the giant orange drums everywhere. Arrived in Green Bay and went for a drive along the Fox River seeing the Historical Homes on the riverfront. Beautiful old huge homes on 1 acre blocks on the river. Went of a walk along Lake Michigan too ... Very muddy water. Proctor and Gamble a ...
... I'm hoping we can visit Ireland's oldest college built in 1532 and the famous library containing the famous manuscript, the Book of Kells.
Of course, this is just a snapshot. I'm still working on visiting pubs and restaurants and other little places to sight see. And of course, when in Ireland/Scotland, the ...
... book a short trip to Edinburgh before heading home. Everything is booked, and now it just needs to get here. Here, in a nutshell, is the plan:
Sept. 1: Depart O'Hare for Shannon (near Limerick)
Sept. 2: Arrive in Shannon. Rent car and drive to Kenmare
Sept. 3: Tour Ring of Kerry and head back to Limerick
Sept. 4-6: Conference in ...
... Friday night we met some more old friends for dinner at a restaurant with a great view of the Fox River. When I lived in Appleton there was nothing on the river but dams and paper mills.
We had a tour of the school on Saturday morning, led by the current principal, who looked approximately 16 to me, but is actually old enough to have a daughter attending the ...
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