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... Rating - 2 of 10.
Fans - This was an interesting fan base. We ended up talking to a few people during the rain delay, and they were pretty fun to talk to. The interesting thing was that they were actually Michigan fans, but since their daughter goes to Michigan State they go to those games, too. It was kind of funny when they booed the weather report at the beginning of the game (remember, ...
... and an interception returned for touchdown. Then, a drop of rain, a couple of more drops, and then he monsoon followed by lightning strikes outside the stadium. We were evacuated and decided to leave for the night. We picked up Klee and headed back home. The game started at 8:00 pm Friday, and as I write this the game is still going on at 12:22 am Saturday morning with the Spartans up ...
... and university before we enjoyed some lunch at The Peanut Barrel. That night we went and watched the Lansing Lugnuts minor league baseball team which on Friday night drew quite the crowd. The game concluded with a fireworks show that impressed all of us.
... and not simply a number placed in history. As we exited the museum, we entered a garden and a mass burial. Over 250,000 were buried right in front of us. It is something I couldn't fathom and probably will never fathom in my lifetime.
After being at the memorial for 3 hrs we went back home to prepare for my departure. We had lunch and threw the frisbee one more time. This time was the best because a bunch of children came and played with us. They loved ...
... br> I wanted to travel before the heat and crowds of the summer, and the
end of May and the first part of June always fits my liking for
European travel. His tours are smaller than the typical tour, all
tips are included, no real shopping stops and no grumps allowed. He
also asks people to limit their luggage, packing very lightly, as
occasionally we had to walk a couple of blocks to the hotels and many
of the hotels had no elevators, as many small European ...