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Had breakfast at the Hyatt. Walked around downtown Milwaukee for 4 and half hours. Saw a lot of interesting old buildings. Our favorite is City Hall which is in the process of being restored. Outside architectural features are very elaborate. It was built in the Flemish style similar to elaborate city halls in Holland and Germany. Inside was also very unique. Visited the Cathedral of St John the ...
... as a lake. When we drove past Chicago, we wanted to be on Interstate 90/94 which goes through the city so we could see the skyline. However, we missed our exit and had to take Interstate 294 which put us west of the city. No Chicago skyline this trip. We arrived in Milwaukee at 7:00 local time. After we checked in and got settled, we walked over to Maders, a famous German Restaurant. The food was good. We had a traditional German meal - sausage and ...
... crossed into Wisconsin I started to calculate whether or not I could make home with out another gas stop. My one piece rain suit is normally difficult to take off to get at my wallet but after being drenched for so long it was even tougher to remove. My estimate was that it would be very close. When I pulled into the garage my wife and daughter were waiting for me - I called them over to show them what my display on my miles left in the ...
... car parks only instead of champagne and chicken, here they bring tables, chairs, even BBQs, games etc and make a whole day of it. The game was great to watch: cheerleaders, crowd involvement, fireworks or hone runs, people in giant sausage suits having a race, There were a few seats left with spectators numbering just over 37,000. Although the stadiums are impressive they aren't as large as what we're used ...
... working our way through the Museum. It was very interesting seeing, bikes, drawings, and other related items that are part of the Harley history.
We found out that every Thursday night is bike night at the Museum. So we hung around for another two hours waiting for the bikes to start showing up. It ended up being pretty crowed, not as many bikes as they had anticipated though.
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