Fairfield Inn Lansing West
Travel Blogs from Lansing
It still seems hard to believe that we're leaving for Dublin tomorrow! I'm finally finished packing (and I think Sherry is, too!), Ralphie is at grandma and grandpa's, and Leo is sleeping, dreaming of fun times at the boarding kennel. Maverick has been trying to injure me by leaving tennis balls in high traffic areas. I don't think he wants ...
... and it was game on!
Stadium - Spartan Stadium was originally built in 1923 as a ~14,000 seat stadium. Over the years it has been expanded to its current capacity of 75,005, making it the 6th largest stadium in the Big 10. It also boasts not one, not two, but three big screens. We were a few rows up from actual seats, but we sat in the same aluminum bleachers found in most of the stadium. ...
Jodi purchased tickets for her, Kaleb and myself to attend. We did not tell Kaleb at all. We got him on Friday afternoon, had him dress in MSU gear and told him that we were headed to Lansing for dinner and to take pictures of all of us decked out in green and white. I of course being a UM fan, swallowed hard and put on the green and white to please my family (really my wife). Even Kylee ...
We made a quick stop in Lansing, Michigan to catch up with one of Brett's old rugby teammates Rader who was going to law school at the University of Michigan State. Fi had actually met Rader the year before while Rader visited Sydney. Rader drove us around ...
Today was a lot of fun and I can hardly keep my eyes open. First we got up and sat outside to enjoy the morning air and the beautiful view of the river. We helped Sam secure his dock, and he let me drive his boat to help him. Then, he took me on a boat tour of the islands they are rebuilding in the middle of the river. On the ride we saw an eagle, and he told me that eagles are actually ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services