Clarion Hotel and Conference Center
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... the to just outside Sarnia for yet more pickups. No traffic crossing over to Port Huron, had to get off the bus with everyone else and go through customs. Not to painful at all. Corned beef on rye for dinner at the Mediterranean Grill and it was yucky. Board the plane for the flight to Paris at 8:40 pm and depart at 9:35. Well, all for now, possibly another edition upon arrival in Paris. ...
... and Marla ended up napping for a good 2-3 hours (I like to imagine in a big pile, like puppies) while I read and napped on my favorite couch outside on the patio. We went out for dinner to a new Mexican restaurant in Ypsilanti (the town between Willis and Ann Arbor) and the following morning, after double- and triple-checking everywhere on the farm for my possessions, I bid the Keenes farewell and hit the road.
Destination: Colorado. With a few pit stops along the way.
... do it once in a while but clearly not the same level as our other halves.
We get hungry and head downtown for lunch. We scoff down a delicious lunch of noodles, ramen and kare age chicken with rice. We watch the cross fit championship on tv as we pay the bill (thanks Arun and Beejal), and wonder how the girls are running with the weights on their backs.
After lunch we take a walk downtown. It is warm today. The guys both studied at ...
... Sal with two tickets! Game on!!!
Stadium - The Big House. Michigan Stadium was built in 1927 with an original capacity of 82,000. That was pretty big for the time, but the stadium was actually designed with footings to allow it to expand above 100,000. After several renovations, the stadium reached the current capacity of 109,901 after the most recent renovation in 2010. Michigan Stadium is the ...
Life has been kind of busy lately - there is just so much going on as the end of the semester and my first year at Michigan approaches! I've gotten to take some really fun classes (including a class on the history of racial perception in Brazil) as well as some not so fun classes (microeconomics). I've also been able to get involved in some great organizations. I'm days ...