Staybridge Suites Milwaukee Airport South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... I am hoping to do another contract now that I know what to expect which will help me enjoy it much more I think.
But I want to say THANK YOU to my family had me bring along about 25 "Open When.." cards. Those kept me going and made my days much better! Thank you Lauren Booke for sending me that care package when I was in rehearsals. Thank you Taylor Scott for the package of my favorite Japanese things. Thank you to my family and friends that ...
have you ever heard someone return from a trip and say "wow! this year I packed even more stuff then ever before, I'm proud of how heavy my cumbersome suitcase was!" of course, packing light is the preferred method for travelers. it's a challenge, but I think it's doable. for my semester abroad in Europe, I'm only bringing one carry on suitcase and ...
... family wedding. The ceremony was held in an outdoor setting on the shore of Lake Michigan. It had rained the night before but the day turned out to be spectacular, albeit a little chilly. Afterwards we attended a lively fun-filled reception at the Radisson Hotel, where we had a delicious dinner followed by several toasts and dancing.
Tonight we are getting together with several more classmates at a chat'n'chew over pizza and beer. This morning ...
... br> conversational English instruction.
Rones Medard and Mackenson Pal, two university educated and fluent English speaking Haitians native to the La Montagne area, agreed to conduct classes for teachers and students on weekends through August.
Presently, Rones & Sonson are working under a contract with CEL and are teaching weekend courses in conversational English.
Rones sends regular Facebook updates ...
Sunday we went to a picnic for the Chicago chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association. It was a nice little event, meant as a send off to incoming PSU freshmen. They provided free picnic food and drinks, and everyone had to introduce themselves, their background and their major at Penn State. I had fun chatting with some of the people there, and watching the kids play. The best part was that there was an ...