Four Points By Sheraton Kalamazoo
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... If only the boarding had been the same. It was a debacle, and once on the train the conductors apologised for the disorganisation, it would appear that there is not much love lost between conductors and customer service staff. Never ind we got on ad got a seat. What more could you ask for! The train journey was really interesting. Once we got out of Chicago city, we hit the industrial zone. Steel mills are ugly, ugly ugly. Sorry no photos, but I was quite horrified at the ...
... grandchildren and great grandchildren. In total there was 28 people at the ranch that has been in the family since 1876. It is place that has a lot of memories where they still have the original homestead house there that Debbie's great, great grandfather built. The ranch is a really nice property with about 640 acres of land, ...
... work, although I almost did. My mom bought a cute hotel sign, and then we headed into town to eat. We found a country kitchen that advertised the best food in town, so we stopped there to eat. After sitting down, Bryan, the owner came over to introduce himself to us, and explained that it was a family owned business. Mom ordered a grilled cheese and I ordered a chicken sandwich, and when it came, the ...
... them for 50 and am super excited. Then we headed to Debbie's friend Linda's house, where we sat and talked, ate a delicious pesto chicken and potato casserole. We then walked over to Debbie's amazing house built in 1831. The house was built by her great great grandfather on Native American soil, and her great grandmother was the first white child born on the land. Linda and her husband Mike gave us a tour of the house, and also told me that the room I was staying in ...
... engines, and artifacts that span the four-decade history of the H.H. Franklin Company. The Syracuse, NY firm built America's most successful air-cooled automobile, with its first innovative air-cooled motorcar in 1902 and continued production until 1934. Of the 150,000 Franklins built between 1902 and 1934, it's estimated that about ...
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