BEST WESTERN PLUS Holland Inn & Suites
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... permanent works including Rodin,Maillol ,Picasso, Miro,Henry Moore, Lynn Chadwick, di Suvero, Andy Goldsworthy, Anthony Caro, Abromowitz, Marino Marini, Munoz , Keith Haring etcImpressively, the siting of the works in these huge grounds is quite stunning,so that a minimalist sculpture is bedded down in a little minimalist garden with yellow ground covers while a more traditional figurative work such as ...
... Feeling like being a backpacker is a distant dream. Popped the bubbly as cruised round Grand Rapids. Crystal got Turned Up to much and ended up napping in the limo. Tried to get her a taxi when we go out. Met a preacher outside the bar who was living up to the obnoxious American stereotype. Started to preach about how anyone who has been to Afgan will be going to hell just as an ex-Afgan soldier walked passed. Things got tense. Ended the night in a county music bar, wasn't my ...
... cream making a mess. Was an hour of mayhem and by the time we arrived at the bars in town, crystal was smashed off her face. Denied into the bars she fell over a few times Bambi style ******* her knees then fell asleep on the pavement until her brother picked her up. We watched a preacher outside a club shouting how clubbing and drinking is evil, what caught our attention when he also decided to blurt out all that go to Afghanistan will instantly go to ...
Drove to Grand Rapids leaving wet, cloudy Chicago. Stopped at Lake Michigan, one of the biggest fresh water lakes in the world; on the way, a very prosperous area with expensive beach houses having hidden Ferraris in their garages'. Swam in the icy cold lake, refreshing from the hot humid heat. Sunbathed at the white sandy beach. Didn't think we'd see another ...
... for the night. We were very impressed with the beach on this great lake. Wide white sand, little surf, lots of dunes and clear water. I think we expected the muddy lakes of our native south. This campground was very large with several camping areas but we were at the one only about 50 yards from the beach area. We enjoyed the beach and later watching all of the boats coming back off of the big lake at ...
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