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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Schlemiel! Schlimazel! Hasenpfeffer! Yes, we are at the home of Laverne, Shirley, and the Fonz, Milwaukee! More later! On this journey, Dick and I are excited to see new natural sites on this trip. No new sites in Indianapolis. However, we did see a man-made site we never saw before, an all electric I3 BMW. Beautiful car! This trip is filled with new technology: - Car refrigerator we plug into the cigarette lighter or 12V power supply. Size of a console and ...
... for everyone! I got my ass kicked 3 games to nil despite Karen getting sicker by the minute from the damp weather.
I took her winning ass home and we ordered in Chinese...best of the trip so far.
Milwaukee is a really cool city, the people are friendly, loads of great food and entertainment options and a pleasantly grungy feel, like a comfortable old chair set up in front of a 50 inch plasma and a fridge full of Miller light.
Well, yesterday was supposed to be a day off, but was it really? We spent most of the day in the bus, either on the road, which we arrived at 1:30PM, than an additional two hours waiting on rooms to be ready. By the time I finally got into my room, and got some things settled, I was ready to head out for a nice swim. I spent about an hour by the pool before coming back to the room to just unwind.
Today we are at a Ski ...
... was making a pinging noise. So,
off I go to get it fixed. And the problem was that Cindy must have drove over a walnut and sprung it up into a box covering the right front brake cylinder! And this walnut was bouncing around in this metal box cover! making the noise.
So, we are anxious to leave for Rome and pray for peace.
Stan and Cindy
The quality of life I've led this summer has been unparalleled in my short twenty-seven years. I learned new games (Bananagrams,) spent more time with my extended family than I had over the last several years combined, and I read constantly. My days were so unstructured, I managed to forget every appointment I made. (All apologies Dr. Rose!) The saying, "If you want something done, give it to a busy person" I lived to its fullness this ...