Howard Johnson East Lansing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Next Up.....Greenwood for Sophie and Emery, several graduation open houses, Pearson leaves with the youth from FPCH to go to Chicago on a Mission Trip and Kirk heads up north for a week of rest, reflection and a chance to ride the trail he will be running in August for his marathon.
Until we meet again.....enjoy this beautiful day!
... br> We picked up our train tickets and some of our hotel reservations last week as well. This week we are hoping to finalize places we want to see so we can purchase tickets ahead of time....recommended for some of the busier places we want to see in Italy. Truthfully though, knowing how we have traveled in the past, somethings we might not decide to do until we're there and that's okay with us.
So until next week.....enjoy the pictures!
... square with their name on it. Kirk was given a beautiful stole made up of all the Confessions the church had been working through all year and I was given a lovely Prayer Shawl. So kind and thoughtful. Our squares will be traveling with us as we journey this summer.
Thank you to Kirk's parents who drove over from their visit ...
... your parents?"
"Oh no, Mom was raised Catholic, but the church ostracized her when she married Dad, who is an atheist. Dad didn't want religion to poison us, so Mom helped us sneak out the back door on Sundays, and gave us coins to put in the tray at the end of the service."
"So, are you Catholic or Protestant?"
"Neither; I believed in God in my youth, but over time, I doubted His existence."
... about you?”
“I’m from Detroit. I hope you don’t mind the top bed.”
“No, not at all, although, I think it would be better if we separate the beds and form an L-shape along two walls instead of me climbing up over you every night.”
“That’s a good idea.”
“I’ll unpack my things, and decorate this side of the room,” I suggest.