A Victory Inn & Suites - Ann Arbor
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... went home and rested and then decided to try out a restaurant we saw on our canal your that was right down the street, Herengracht food drinks art. We actually ended up walking the other way so it took us a while to get there but the place wasn't far from our apartment! The food was great and the ambiance was even better! Such a cute little place. After dinner, we all went home and went to ...
... we had some sweets and sandwiches and then headed to the entertainment section of town. That's where we went to Bulldogs, a famous "coffee shop" in Amsterdam. We went in and it was so weird to see them selling marijuana like it was nothing! They literally had fishbowls full of weed at the counter! Dad and I went into the stop part and bought some souvenirs. From there we went to an Italian restaurant close by and had pizza. After that we went in a little casino next ...
We got to listen to the sounds of the city . . . most of the evening . . . but we did get some sleep . . . I was up early . . . and walked a bit to get my bearings . . . the breakfast that goes with this property was very extensive . . . and on the second floor . . . with plenty of seating . . . and good coffee!! I just got some coffee . . . thinking that Carol would probably want one of those make your own waffles later . . . (I was ...
We drove through the north part of the U of M campus. Trusted the navigator screen and it took a little different way--and after all of these years--it was shorter!
We stopped at Panera's in Ann Arbor for breakfast sandwiches and muffins
for the trip ...
... had figured out all of the logistics of the imminent crash and the possibility of an extended stay in Chicago, but somehow I managed to swerve and he managed to stop and we were shaken but unscathed and back on our way.
In those same 1.7 seconds, in my Pollyanna world, as I saw the scene unfolding, I remember bracing myself on the dashboard, but KNEW in my ...