Days Inn Racine/Sturtevant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Sturtevant
... mustard, cheese and Elk jerkey. The public market was like a condensed phanueil hall. Afterwards we went to find the Ubertap cheese bar. If you like cheese definitely check this place out! There is a bar on one side and a cheese market on the other. With samples of all types of cheeses all over the store! Cheese ...
... km/hour in a maximum 80 km/hour zone. The officer kindly reduced our speed to 96 km/hour, when he wrote out a speeding ticket. If we didn't pay it, he added, no effort would be made to collect the money, but if we returned to the Ontario province within the next five years, the car would be taken away! We thanked him profusely for the information and went on.
That night we stopped short of Toronto in ...
... married by 3pm and we headed over to the Botanical Gardens where their reception would take place. The boys went off to have pictures taken and Leah and Tina wandered the grounds enjoying the warm weather. At 6:30 happy hour with appetizers started and we gained our men back. From their we entered the ballroom which was beautifully decorated with little touches from the couples past. Cow Bells from Christine's rowing ...
Today we flew from Seattle to Chicago. Here are some miscellaneous thoughts from our trip.
As noted in the Denali entries, Denali National Park native flora is very small. For those of you interested in native flora click here. In the cities, people grew cool-loving flowers ...
... the business and supplied all the modern techniques that women also seek.
We walked further on down the street and came across the Fort Onawa Pub. Sharing a beer with the locals opens one up to many more interesting stories. Jayne mentioned that she had an uncle living in Rockwell, IA, and a fellow told the story of his prison internment there. Then the questions started as to who we were and what we were ...