Washington House Inn
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... mustard, cheese and Elk jerkey. The public market was like a condensed phanueil hall. Afterwards we went to find the Ubertap cheese bar. If you like cheese definitely check this place out! There is a bar on one side and a cheese market on the other. With samples of all types of cheeses all over the store! Cheese ...
... married by 3pm and we headed over to the Botanical Gardens where their reception would take place. The boys went off to have pictures taken and Leah and Tina wandered the grounds enjoying the warm weather. At 6:30 happy hour with appetizers started and we gained our men back. From their we entered the ballroom which was beautifully decorated with little touches from the couples past. Cow Bells from Christine's rowing ...
Well, if there is a Mecca ( insert your religious equivalent) for Harley enthusiasts then this is the place. Milwaukee - Wisconsin: not only known for 'Happy Days', 'Laverne and Shirley' but "That 70s Show" and the film "Blues Brothers" were also filmed here (not Chicago as Jake and Elwood would have you believe).
Wisconsin is well known for it's beer, bratz (sausages) and ...
... have control over a few large buildings. In these building however awesomeness is made and exhibited. We saw the first bike Harley Made with its soup can carburetor and then examples of all their major bikes up to today. I have decided their WWII bikes are by far the most badass, they have machine guns mounted to them; who needs suspension or efficiency when you have machine guns?
After the fun though ...
... even further how difficult it is to live in these countries compared to the US.
- Ashley will never go quad biking in sand dunes again! haha
- I am on a computer about 50-60 hours every single week and was on a computer for about 2.5 hours the entire trip. At one point I had 15 minutes of internet time left and couldn't even think of anything to do with it!
- We watched TV for only a few hours one day the entire trip.