Knights Inn Racine
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... so grateful for your gift!Knowing that this trip may be our last big adventure before we begin our careers in Colorado, we decided to go big. Together we added up all of our wedding gift money from our extremely gracious wedding guests, established a budget for our travels, and carefully decided how far the cash will take us. To our friends and family, thank you so very much for the generosity ...
... the sandy bottom for most of the race. It was also very shallow even 25 yards off shore. We had a great swim day with little wave action. I also decided to take off my wetsuit in the water which also affected my swim time. I have never used the wetsuit strippers. I don't like to get all sandy laying on the ground while they pull it off. Transition was smooth and the bike was great. Flat, some rollers and the roads were not as bad as people had said. It was a constant line ...
... T.V. last night, there are about 80 channels. Being a male I like to make sure I get the most out of my T.V. viewing experience, so optimising my viewing experience (read: channel surfing) with 80 channels is difficult! Anyway, there was Mythbusters, UFC and Futurama on so plenty to watch...Perhaps not surprisingly there are heaps of adverts for lawyers encouraging you to sue people, good times!
There is the bad side to watching T.V. though: the ...
... reflective mirror thing, very cool,pics to follow on facebook!!! After a walk along the river we went out for Chicago deep pan pizza, which is much better than NY pizza!!! Yum Yum...went back to Kelvin's uncles and then out for food and drinks in the evening, lots of fun, but got back late and was exhausted.
Saturday we had pretend Easter Sunday, and a huge family party at Kelvin's Aunty Patty's ...
... enough to accept them, and modest enough not to abuse them. After desert, he lent me some bike blinkers and had me off. I biked up Oak Leaf Trail, a gorgeously converted traintrack that runs through the heart of Milwaukee nearly 30 miles to Port Washington. Even in the dark I was spellbound by the life around me: tangential trails, community gardens, pedestrian bridges, parks, buildings, etc. The activity of a place that cares. What a blessing!
9/1/10 - One man's trash = ...