Super 8 Milwaukee Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Know how you can tell that you've crossed the border into Wisconsin? Take a deep breath and enjoy the cow-tainted atmosphere. We’re not talking about their notorious methane emissions, but rather the pungent fumes of their doo-doo, It envelops, suffocates, and nauseates. From past experience, we knew what to do- get out the Glade. Perhaps I’m exaggerating here, because really, it’s not so bad, and not that prevalent. Wisconsin ...
After a day in the Noah's Ark Waterpark, we headed back to our Madison hotel where Laneshia and the kids ordered food for delivery. As for me, I planned to go to see the Milwaukee Brewers' Miller Park ballpark and so I did. It was a hour drive for me to get to Milwaukee and I didn't get started until 8pm - an hour after the game started.
I arrived to the ball park just after 9pm and it was so late in the ...
... 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 ...
... experience that can make forty odd kids and 17 grown adults sit around a campfire crying their eyes out together. I would hazard that I spent a good week out of my five in tears ... It's special and unique and if you're not a koda, you'll probably think I'm being ridiculous/I've joined a cult but there is genuinely such a strong bond that forms over those five weeks. I wish I'd documented the things I'd learnt: about working with kids, teaching games ...
... agree that having a prairie is better than no prairie at all, and definitely better than monocrop grass cultures. The basic idea is we restore lands with native prairie plants. It's a very beautiful thing in the fall to watch the black and brown-eyed susans, the New England asters, the whitehead asters, all flowering. Honeybees active gathering pollen and nectar for the winter. Here, we're trying to finish off all plantings before the first frost (for Wisconsin ...