The Plaza Hotel
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... That's four months of stuff crammed into 2 small bags! but really, is there anything I absolutely cannot live without that millions of Europeans can survive without? the answer is no. so I will be visiting the European equivalent of Walgreens within the first week, but still: I packed lighter than ever before, and I'm proud! tomorrow marks take ...
Well today is here! I am officially about to begin my journey to Nicaragua!!! Our bus is picking us up at 10am to travel to Ohare. We are then taking TACA airlines to San Salvador, and San Salvador to Granada!! I will post and write as many blogs, pictures etc as I can! Thanks everyone for all the help and ...
... with Josh Fanning, Tony Tollefson, Billy and Tina Whitnell. We headed back to the hotel for a night cap then off to bed before the marital bliss of Saturday!
Saturday am Billy and Michael headed out to get ready with the boys while Tina and Leah got ready together at the hotel.The ceremony was held at a beautiful open Catholic church with pine vaulted ceilings and beautiful water features. Adam and ...
... lied ... It was really cold! The Museum of Art was a fairly quick visit ...Georgia O'Keefe, Barbara Hepworth, Picasso, Joan Miro and Andy Warhol were among the permanent exhibits. There was a Kandinsky exhibition on loan from the Pompidou Centre. We moved onto the Science and Technology Centre and spent a white pushing buttons, pulling knobs and tapping interactive screens. The aquarium part of the centre had fish from the lakes as well as the Atlantic Ocean. All quite interesting.
We continue east to the city of Milwaukee and a visit to the Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM) with a collection of over 30,000 works of art serving over 350,000 visitors a year. The MAM recently gained international recognition with the construction of the white concrete Quadracci Pavilion, designed by Santiago Calatrava (his first completed project in the United States), which opened on May 4, 2001. ...