Hawthorn Suites Grand Rapids
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... to see but continued to put off. I also hope this trip will clarify some things about myself and help me work through some so-called issues. However, I'll settle for staying safe and having a plain old good time. I can't guarantee I'll get to blog everyday, but I will as often as I can. I hope you enjoy my adventures as much as I will. Feel free to laugh at, cry with, or just plain make fun of me in the process. I wouldn't have it any other ...
The life of a traveler is stitched with good-byes. It’s a sacred paradox; endlessly synthesizing the waves of new experience with the shores of the past. In each moment there is both arrival and departure, reunion and separation, love and despair; and the whole thing, the months and years that trickle down our backs as the world spins on, is something that goes beyond words.
Fact is; you can’t wrap enough syllables around travel. No number of nouns ...
... got to go around and meet so many other inbounds, outbounds, and rebounds. Each of those groups were in different stages of their exchange. The outbounds, the group I'm currently in, is a large group of excited kids who just are ready to leave the country. I didn't meet one outbound out of their minds excited for this upcoming year! The inbounds are just getting ready to leave, so they were the saddest ...
... a new building designed by a Thai architect with a few standout works, one being a streetscape by Richard Diebenkorn, the sort of painting that makes me wish I could paint like that,the other being Folding the Sheet, by local GR artist Rick Beerhorst, b. 1960. A couple of good Warhols. Also a show of Michigan Design which included some wful Chares Eames and Bauhaus furniture. Downtown GR has an enormous Alexander Calder red sculpture, you know big boys stuff! and ...
... shoes, jacket, backpack, out comes the computer, any metals, and liquids, anything in my pockets. I finally get through that and I have 10 minutes to get to my flight. I start running down the halls and I get to customs. :| They allow me to go in the express lane but it is taking forever. From the line I can see my plane and people are still boarding. The clock is ticking and I don't have much more time. I am in line with multiple other people who are trying to get ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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