The last day of our visit to Milwaukeewas probably my favorite day of the trip. It didn’t seem as busy or tiring as the other two days but it ended with a 2+ hour flight delay before heading home. (Check out my posts about Day 1and Day 2 by clicking on the links)
Here are some of the things we did:
Harley Davidson Museum
Lunch at AJ Bombers
Visited a new baseball stadium to see the Brewers play
Stopped by Gilles- Milwaukee’s oldest frozen custard stand
We got home from our trip to Milwaukee a couple of days ago and I’m still trying to catch up on sleep. Our return flight was delayed over two hours. This messed us up and put Lucas’ sleep schedule a bit out of whack.
Our first day in Milwaukee was filled with food and drink related stops. Milwaukee is known for it’s beer history so we started our day with a brewery tour. During the rest of our day we visited a market and tried some local foods.
Here is a list of some of the things we did:
Visit to Miller Valley to tour the Miller Brewery
Tried out “Milwaukee style pizza at Zaffiro’s
Checked out the Milwaukee Public Market & Historic Third Ward
We’ll be flying to Milwaukee for Memorial Day Weekend tonight.
Some of you might be wondering- Why Milwaukee?
I was looking to fly somewhere relatively close (and direct) on Southwest Airlines. At a little over 2.5 hours away Milwaukee seemed like a good choice. Other places under consideration were Detroit (Kim did not want to go) and Omaha (connecting flights made the flights too long for such a short weekend).
Visiting Milwaukee was appealing to me for a few reasons.
I’ll get to: