Baymont Inn & Suites Grand Rapids Airport
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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If some gypsum I see bottles on the shelf this is where we stopped to stay in the evening and got stuck in the mud in the jeep in the Subaru
What's life without a little risk? Or, I guess in this case, a lot of risk! I leave for Egypt in three days where I will be joining ISIS never to return to the States ever again! KIDDING DAD!! Of all my trips, this is definitely one where I will need to take the most care, and I guarantee you that I will.
Currently, there is a lot of unrest within Egypt and a "high ...
... of us were quite brave enough to try that out! At the bottom of the hill, after a trek down a trail that was super fun with a stroller, was a farm area that you could pet and brush goats in. Reagan loved it, except for one small part, she snuck up on a goat and scared it and it flung backwards hitting her in the shoulder (it scared her so much that when we saw goats at the Dutch village later in the week, she pointed to a goat there that was the same color as the one ...
... was boats to play with, and lots of splishing and splashing to be had! After that the kids had a chance to paint with water on the sidewalk before heading off to garden maze and treehouse. Reagan found her way through the maze all on her own and had a blast playing with Arthur and Oliver in the treehouse! The rest of the childrens garden had a beaver dam you could play in, a hollowed out tree for puppet shows and a huge sandbox where kids could dig for dinosaur ...
... pond with tall reeds or perhaps overlooking a hillside with scattered sculptures. It's quite wonderful and easily the most exciting environment with the largest number of first rate sculptures I have seen in the USA! This is a prime example of the great wealth of private patronage and bequests this country is priveleged to possess and I am informed that Meier, a very rich grocery store chain owner ...