Comfort Inn & Suites Dimondale
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We've been busy visiting family in the Chicago-area this past week. Left there this afternoon and just arrived in Lansing, Michigan late tonight. Will have lunch with my niece at MSU in "the largest non-military cafeteria in the United ...
This trip fell together over a few laminated-map-and-dry-erase-marker sessions on our living room floor. It literally fell together, with very little discussion, no argument and much shared excitement. Now that we're only a few days from go-time, and all the details are nailed down, Michael and I may very ...
Casey took me to the airport at 6 (for a 9:10 flight). It was tough saying good bye to him because I felt like this was the best three weeks we had ever spent together. I think this is saying a lot due to the fact that I roomed with him for 3 years, been invited to vacation with his family every summer and we have gone on crazy trips together (tetons, northern Michigan). After I said goodbye, it took me about an hour to get through security. I then had ...
... all seen the French greeting each other with kisses on the cheek
as they meet. Michaelanne told us it was “la bise” and was the
way that French people greet each other. Two, three, or four kisses
(actually cheek touches), depending on what part of France you come
from (it can be confusing), starting with a with an offer of your
right cheek. Michaelanne said that at the start of our trip at our
orientation meeting she would not greet us in that manner ...
... and found an outdoor cafe to sit out and enjoy a drink before dinner. We then went to Peter's Brauhaus for a typical German beer hall dining experience. I had schnitzel and Sandy had schnitzel and fresh white asparagus and it was a great meal. We started heading back to the hotel and as it was still sunny out, Sandy went to put on her sunglasses and realized she had left them somewhere. She walked back to the restaurant and our waiter was waiting with her glasses in his ...