Saukville/Port Washington Super 8 Motel
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Leaving today but not flying until 5.20 got checked in. Will be 11.20 at home. Left hotel around 10.30. Called into Port Washngton for a couple of hours parked up. There was a market on. It was mainly veg and fruit. Very unusual looking pumpkins etc. No good buying anything now. But worth a look. We called at a cafe and had a sandwich and drink sitting outside. Left about 1.30 and set off for Chcago. Arrived at car rental n the airport ...
... miles away. It is easily the tallest structure in the area, combine this with the back lighting and the construction of the roof, it looked like a prehistoric skeleton. The retractable roof, which was open when we went to dinner but closed for the game, is different than others I have seen on this trip. Where as the other roofs moved back linearly, Miller Park pivots from behind home plate. I would best describe it as splitting sea ...
What did we do? A lot of things. We started off the day with Hugh sleeping in a bit. Matt even went in to tell Hugh it's time to get up but Hugh asked if he could sleep a little longer. If any of you know Hugh he doesn't usually do that. I think he is a little bit busy, but just a little. Once he finally got up (9 am) we headed to Cave of Mounds for an hour tour of this very cool cave (about 10 ...
... Or, heaven forbid, a new big bauble.
I'm not sure when that whole thing changed for me. I'm pretty sure now that there's no piece of jewelry too big or too gaudy! On a good note, if I'm going to spend money, I'd rather benefit a friend and get something from a reputable source. The rings in the display case at Genesis were awesome. I'm sure Janet will give me a fair deal and I'll end up ...
... the night), when I stopped someone to ask if this stadium is on the same site of the old one, we got a complete story, including directions about where to go to see where the old homeplate used to be. When I asked a staff member about which gate we should use, he asked us all about where we were from, whether we had been here before, and then he all but took us by the arm to walk us around to see the sights. We had to go 180 degrees around, and we chose the ...