DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Milwaukee - Brookfield
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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 ...
... forward to a lot more Down time and off the bike sight seeing. I hope the travel pod system worked and it was easy to follow - I didn't see all the postings and comments people made but as I'm able to view them on a full computer I'll be sure to comment back, I've been doing the updates on my IPAD and don't have access. Thanks for following along as the "Last Corner" has now been conquered. Next year "the Principalities of Europe". Thanks again, ...
... to intentionally walk him. This, non-baseball aficionados, is heresy. You never never intentionally walk the go-ahead run. And even if you DID want to do that, surely Cliff Lee could have done it. The only possible explanation is that when Lindblom got behind, Manuel decided to solve the problem by deliberately walking Braun. What kind of plan is that, I ask you? Lindlbom promptly walked the next guy, too. Nine pitches, one strike, bases loaded. Up came ...
PS. JoAnne, had the traditional pasty for breakfast. The gal at the counter asked us when we got our pizza pasty if we wanted ketchup or mustard and I'm like NO. We didn't need it for the pizza one, but when we heated up the traditional one we needed ketchup. We are carrying a cooler and of course it had Heinz ketchup in it, so we ate it with that. Ground meat, diced potatoes and rutabaga. Very yummy!
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