La Quinta Inn & Suites Milwaukee Bayshore Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... from Fund for Teachers it would not have been possible to travel like we did. We were so lucky to travel to two countries, thirteen cities, and roughly 6,000 miles! Being able to meet our students' families, experiencing the culture of so many different places, and meeting new people and hearing their stories has been so rewarding. Developing our Spanish speaking ...
Wow.. What a day.. Started with breakfast at our hotel.. Then off we went to the Harley Museum. What an awesome huge experience. It was great... So many bikes and history.
We then walked back to the hotel to bring back our shopping and called a taxi to head out to Milwaukee Harley Davidson. It was quite a drive and a ...
... in Nashville we were in a shopping centre.. Deano and I were smelling some perfume and this sales assistant man is talking to us about where we were from and then he told Deano that he reminded him of one of his mates in the Little River Band, and asked if we had ever heard of them... That was funny....
Then yesterday at the airport, I was going through security and they are super serious, when the bloke was checking me through, asked if I was ...
... their basement looked at by builders, but not sure if that was at the start or end of the trip, as we stayed with them both times. Hope we weren't pushing our luck. Maria sang the alphabet song very sweetly.
I first visited Ted and Lisa here in 2008 (before the children, even before the wedding), so I attach two pictures from then. The picture of Maria and Emily was the next morning. Their house ...
... and types of churches we visited (many!), tombs, monuments, forts, palaces but despite the names and stats fading, the imprint remains. I'd see carvings with a fellow holding a trident and I KNEW it was Shiva. The religious tensions between India and Pakistan make far more sense to me now, and the solutions more remote. The lectures and open discussions were more enlightening than I ...