Staybridge Suites Milwaukee Airport South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... on. The latter is no surprise, given the history of beer-making here. The beer consumption we witnessed was truly impressive. I am proud to report that we (mostly) were the essence of temperance.
As you can tell, we really liked Wisconsin. There were places we wanted to get to, but just didn’t have the time, because we were anxious to go to Illinois, and our next major destination, its capital, Springfield.
... 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 the small town ...
... That was start of a lively discussion.
The next day, on Saturday May 31, we set off from Onawa and headed north to explore Fort Dodge and the museum there. The exhibit contains replicas of the old fortress that was built in the 1850s to provide a military presence to protect the ever-growing number of settlers.
Later that afternoon we continued to our destination: the KOA campground in Waterloo (Iowa, ...
... center, and a senior citizens day center. All these programs provide great resources for all members of the community. We enjoyed taking a walk through the art exhibit, which featured art about The Day of the Dead, a celebration common in Mexico. On our next visit we hope to grab a bite at Cafe El Sol (open to the public). We hear the food is ...
... our exact motorhome which was very interesting to read. The biggest take away lesson from the article is to NEVER buy a new RV. Nothing depreciates like a motorhome. The listed MSRP on our rig in 1998 was $160,000!! 10 years later, I bought it still in great condition for $25,000.