Days Inn Albion
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of our adventures. She'll turn 93 when we return and we can't wait to tell her all about our adventures!
Thank you to my parents for a delicious Tuscan dinner to get us ready for Italy. We are all looking forward to tasting the food in Italy....okay maybe not Emery so much. Max Hornak, Emery may follow in your footsteps and be ordering a lot of pizza!
As a friend said in his recent blog posts from Italy....
Ciao for now!
... will be the night.
The last day of school also means the end of an era for the Miller family. We have had a student at Horizon Elementary School since we moved to Holt. All three of our kids spent at least one year at the school and Sophie having spent all of her elementary years here. We have many wonderful memories including Fall Festivals, Mileage and Breakfast Clubs, many Camp Horizons, Math and Science ...
... Freshman! Two in high school? aaahhhhh!!
Thanks to Malissia Stone we had a celebratory dinner at Red Robin last night. The guys were in heaven with the burgers and bottomless fries! Pearson and Kirk watched "Captain America - The Winter Soldier" and Emery headed off to a end of year bonfire at a friend's house. A great start to what will hopefully be ...
... the movies, been to one of Emery's soccer games on a Wednesday night!, attended a Lacrosse banquet dinner, Honors Night at the Junior High, helped to lay the floor for Sophie's dance recital, attended the dance recital, a couple graduation Open Houses and the end of year soccer awards. For those who know him well, yes he's slowed down even though it doesn't sound like it and he got to attend some events he might not other wise have had the chance ...
... of the runners went by, I went to the train station and took the train to Grindlewald, the other tourist center in the Valley area. From there I took a gondola to the top of the Mannlichen, where I started my hike on Wednesday. The gondola took 35 minutes to get to the top and is touted as the longest continuous gondola in Europe. Once at the top, the views were great, the cows were everywhere, it was as if we were invading their space! I then took the cable car ...