Baymont Inn & Suites Battle Creek/I-94
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... My aunt looked at me, pointed at the bottom of my gut, and said to me "Tom you've been having too many beers". My friends proceeded to laugh their asses off. Sigh...that honesty. Another thing was the end of the study abroad program. I was packing my check in luggage and when I was finished I went to lift it up to guess if its overweight. I picked it up and was like...****...this is heavy as hell, much heavier than the ...
... m really going to miss those Sundays (and Saturdays for college football). At least I got to see my Lions win their season opener; I'm telling you, this is their year...SUPERBOWL HERE WE COME!
Anyways I need to wake up in about 7 hours to drive to O'Hare tomorrow morning so I'll just cut off here. Off to go finish packing haha...hopefully my next post will be from China!
Peace and Go Lions,
... an hour after eating dinner wasn't such a good idea. At this very moment, I'm fighting back the urge to puke. On the bright side I was able to convince my equally not as hungry friends, Connor and Kevin, to also get meals and shakes with me. Now I won't be the only one with heart problems. Three cheers to peer pressure! Peace and Milkshakes, Tom ...
... posts. Obviously I can't spill all the juicy details on my first blog post. I will answer some questions on this first blog post though. For example why am I taking the time to start a blog? Shouldn't I be using this time to start packing? First of all, yes...I probably should start packing. But I'll get to that later...I am writing this because I feel like ...
... The menu featured 21 house brews. Twenty one. All starkly different from each other. I tried three of them: Mars (a double IPA, and the first in a new series of beer they're producing based on Gustav Holst's The Planets), Bright Size Life (wheat ale), and Kal-Haven (rye ale). My favorite was the Kal-Haven, but they were all spectacular in their own way. And what's better, most of their 12oz. glasses were under $3! Can't get much better than that. I really ...