Country Inn & Suites Grand Rapids East
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... Rapids local, lived quite modestly and close to Dave.In appreciation of their generosity, we took Dave and Judy to dinner in their favorite proper restaurant, Italian,called Amore,where we all enjoyed a good meal, lovely qservice and a personal touch, with the owner and head chef chatting a little to some guests as time made possible.The later partner the evening was punctuated by preliminary fire ...
... random ****. Josh then decided, as he hadn't been paying for accommodation at crystals, he would use his saved money to buy a limo for the evening to take all 7 of us into Grand Rapids. $150 and an hour later equipped with champagne and alcoholic whipped spray cream, our stretch white escalade arrived looking super tacky bling. Climbed in and let the carnage ensue. Progressively getting more ******, rolling over each other, firing champagne corks and spray everywhere ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... he meant it. The glory of love is that our internal monologue takes a break, and the difference between the snake and the mongoose becomes a blur.
But eventually growth takes its toll, and the disillusion of maturity is that innocence rarely lasts forever. We abandon that survival mentality for one of opportunity, and soon each individual is measuring themselves to see how they stack up to the competition. Am I smart enough? ...
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