Extended Stay America - Detroit - Ann Arbor - University South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today I woke up with a terrible migraine! My parents and Mimi had gone out to breakfast so I went downstairs and ate a crescent. When they got back we decided to go to the Van Gough museum! The train we were trying to take never ended up coming... So we took a different option but ended there none the less. In the museum square, there was a little market set up and it was a beautiful day ...
... was an extremely bustling street lined with girls in windows, red glowing light and peep shows! It was funny because transgendered women are actually in windows with blue lights, and the one transgendered woman I saw was more attractive than all of the other woman in the windows! After walking down the Main Street in the red light district, we walked out of the busy part and went into a sweet stop and got a waffle with Nutella! It was delicious. After that we went home and went to ...
... and wanted $200 for it, but luckily there was a Red Roof Inn close by that had rooms and the price was right. Again, Hinesh used his British charm to get us an even better price. We rest after the drive and chill until dinner time.
We choose to go to Jerusalem Garden for some falafels and chicken shawarma. We get to see some of downtown Ann Arbor. It’s a really cool college town. Cute cafes and restaurants, lots of University of ...
... at the Big House II."
Now for a game this big, regardless of what Coach Kelly says, tickets were going to be hard to come by. I asked Michelle, my Notre Dame friend that I had met in Ireland last year, if she knew how I could get tickets to the game. A few weeks later, I heard from her that Uncle Sal had put in for tickets for me. Then, a week before we left for Chicago, I got a FedEx envelope ...
... in our family: Chase, Carrie, & John (and maybe we can Skype with my grandma later on...her birthday is today!). They should be here anytime, we'll do lunch, and then off to clean out the RV (in the frigidly cold weather of April - it was SNOWING earlier).
We take off on Monday for Arkansas!