United States Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all United States activity »
  1. 1 From us to france
  2. 2 The Great Debate, What is Worth Precious Money and Time in NYC
  3. 3 New England Canada Road Trip
  4. 4 Trip Report The city never sleeps, but we needed to
  5. 5 Newport Historic District - where is it? Walking tour?
  6. 6 How to search for condo rental in Oahu
  7. 7 A day in Boston
  8. 8 SF <-> Seattle in Nov. (9 days)
  9. 9 Limited time on Maui: Advice please
  10. 10 "Kid" things to do in Stanwood area
  11. 11 Trip Starting from New York
  12. 12 Nat Park Trip in Utah - Too Much??
  13. 13 Is Fox Rent A Car any good?
  14. 14 Newport , RI
  15. 15 Trip Report Los Angeles - 12 hours in Downtown Travel Report
  16. 16 Southern Michigan vacation destination?
  17. 17 Detroit - Something Fun to Do?
  18. 18 Nilichik Ak.
  19. 19 Movies to put you in the mood for a western road trip
  20. 20 Las vegas +21
  21. 21 Samsonite Silhouette 7 repair part
  22. 22 California Summer weather/ clothing
  23. 23 Steamboat in August
  24. 24 60th birthday trip to Vermont, NH, Maine in October
  25. 25 Depot Bay OR
View next 25 » Back to the top

Milwaukee -- do I need a car?

Jump to last reply

Well, I think the topic is pretty self explanatory. I'm going to be in town for two nights for a mini vacation and trying to decide if I should drive or take the train. If I take the train, that obviously means I'll be walking or using public transportation to get to the museums, zoo and maybe Miller Park. I'm staying downtown at the Intercontinental. So what do you think? Thanks.

4 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement