Holiday Inn Ann Arbor / University of Michigan
Travel Blogs from Ann Arbor
As we close out our time in Ann Arbor we are continuing to reflect on our teaching practices. This week has inspired us ALL to want to go back into the classroom. Sorry Stacey. We've enjoyed meeting people from all over the world: India, Poland, New York (Lucy Caulkins' nephew), Wisconsin, Washington, D.C. (Sasha Obama's teacher), Missouri, Georgia, oh yeah, and even Cookeville,Tennessee. Today's learning was centered around building relationships ...
... Foods to get fresh veggies for a veggie stir fry. Everything was organic, we even tried to ask for the non organic (read cheaper ha ha ha) stuff but were told that if they had it it would be on the shelf (they had none). All good we get our groceries and head back to Beejal and Arun’s place.
While Hinesh squeezes in a quick workout, I put a quick dinner together. We have dinner with Beejal since Arun was working unitl midnight. The stir ...
Its the morning before we leave, and Kayley and I are all packed in ready to go. She // I have been doing our own things to prepare:
- studying Spanish language and Latin American culture // relearning Spanish on my phone,
- running a yard sale and earning $300 towards the trip // worrying a bit about what it would feel like to be the chaperone who gets lost with the kids in foreign country.
- we've both been collecting and ...
... just preparing me for the stadium. That was the only negative thing I heard the whole time.
During the game, the fans were pretty good. They were appropriately quiet when Michigan was on offense and loud when Notre Dame was on offense. I'd have to give these fans a pretty high score. Rating - 10 of 10.
Best Player - This was a pretty entertaining and high scoring game, so there are a ...
... its "kinda" funny also that on our outings, "Starbucks" was always one of the stops (oddly enough NOT at my urging...) and while it was NOT our Maiden Voyage to Starbucks it WAS our Maiden Voyage for a lot of things in Ann Arbor... like "The Big House," Zingermans Deli (wow-wow-wow), observing the urban legend "Fairy Doors" of Ann Arbor, and an Ethiopian Restaurant,
On our ...
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