Hampton Inn Grand Rapids-North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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As a foodie I have to say that if you believe that it's difficult to find good food in Ireland or UK it is a myth! Complete rubbish:-) Like anywhere else in Europe the food is great and in fact very diverse. I didn't do any special research to find restaurants it was all on the fly, and even in the smaller towns there was good food and many of my European favorites. It is true that there's lots of fish and chips (which we only ate once in two weeks) and hearty meals with ...
... AZ time til after 4 am.. Mom tries to get the mule to just listen to her AND follow the instructions she is giving.. Lol.. Not easy for either party.. The 10 min drive turned into over 2 hours and I feel like I now know the ins and outs of Michigan!! But he made to his destination after much ranting raving and ...
... swimming in the pool for 10 mins LO- ^^ Tommy: HI- sitting up high in the restaurant + with G+G showing up LO- none Wednesday, June 10: Scott: HI- Redrocks LO- packing the car in the morning Melissa: HI- Concert LO- thinking it was going to rain Edie: HI- having a dance party LO-leaving Pulmer Gulch Ben: HI- none LO- none Tommy: HI- getting the bouncy ball + having a dance party LO- not being able to use balloon Thursday, June 11: Scott: HI- ...
... may rent a small plot for $20 pa of which $10 is returned at the end of the 5 month season if the bed is cleared.His other place of volunteering is Supper House which provides a served at the table free meal twice pw for any local resident, his job being in food preparation.This charity has one low-paid coordinator.
Grand Rapids also has 2 very large and impressive community gardens 4 ac, again run by church organizations as ...
After departing from Niagara Falls, we drove for a few hours in Canada (fairly uneventful except for running across an interesting skeleton of a ship in Lake Ontario and having a new kind of fast-food lunch) and re-entered the United States at Port Huron.
I dug around on the internet a bit and it appears this ship is a replica of the Grand Hermie used by Jacques Cartier in 1535-1536 and 1541-1542 to explore Canada. This ship was built in 1967 for ...