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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... So much history and so many Bikes it is incredible that they are still here, Including serial Number 1. While it is a restored bike and has parts that are inaccurate, It has number 1 stamped on a few parts, hence the name, while it may no be the first, it is the oldest Harley in existence. the war bikes, the famous bikes, the custom bikes and the prototype bikes make this an awesome place to melt away a few hours. Then in the next building is a display of ...
... Harley shop, Huge is all I can say... I needed new Glasses, dropped mine on the road, died by truck tyre. lol. All good, Helmet had a pop down visor that did for a little while.
Then the shortish haul up to Milwaukee.
This is the first time the road quality has been Poor to say the least! rough, popholes and busy made for a tiring ride. Boy was ...
... the only location we could find that had a rental shop open at 6:00 am. It actually worked out quite well, as O'Hare is on the way to Racine, so it meant less driving through the city and through the snow. The problem was, it takes an hour on the train to get there even though it's only like 17 miles, which meant yet another very early start for us at 4:00 am. When we first got to Chicago it was refreshing knowing that there probably wouldn't be as many homeless people around ...
... jumble of new and foreign things. My emotions are like a set of tangled head phones that I can't even begin to unravel at this time.
All I can really end with is, Greece has changed my life. These four months will continue to feel like a dream because it was all so surreal, and coming back to small town Wisconsin is all I've ever known before then.
I am a new person, and I have this experience, this adventure, these people, this life, to thank for that.