Stuart Avenue Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... photo doesn't really count it still is a good comparison point for when I get back. Man I am not excited to take that after photo...
Second order of the day. THE NFL SEASON HAS OFFICIALLY STARTED!!! I've spent about 12 hours this past weekend watching football, I need to soak up as much of the season as I can before the 12 hour time difference forces me to watch Sunday Night Football at 8 am Monday morning. ...
Hi everyone, I'm a little emotional right now because I just got home from my last Steak N' Shake run for the next three months...*wipe away tears* I will miss the 1000 calorie shakes, the "meals under $4" menu, and the 2-4am happy hours. While I'm here I might as well start reviewing my experience; practice a little before reviewing the real stuff ...
... be a good way to: 1) Kill time when needed 2) Keep everyone back at home entertained and updated 3) Create something I can look back on in the future Just a heads up, this blog will be mostly about food. Asian food to be exact. I plan on eating a lot...hopefully I don't gain too much weight while abroad. Hmm maybe I'll do a before and after photo or ...
... rusting steel buildings etc. I'll try and get some shots on the return trip if I can. However, it is really instant to be aware of the cost of production - I think if people actually saw where the steel came from it might give them more respect and reduce wastage... Well I live in hope anyway. And somewhere has to make the steel. Many of the plants looked abandoned, which figures I guess with the decline of the automobile industry in Michigan. What I was also aghast at was that ...
... Car Museum, hailed as one of the Top Five car museums in the nation, features over 250 extraordinary cars and motorcycles from all eras. Open daily year-round, exhibits range from cars of the 1890s to the classic Duesenberg, the elusive 1948 Tucker, to the muscle cars of the '60s and ‘70s. Visit a restored 1941 Silk City Diner, ...