Holiday Inn Express Ann Arbor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... had a catastrophe when it came to museum tickets though! Dad didn't read that the tickets had to be printed, so we ended up just having to buy more tickets! The Van Gough museum was amazing! We spent several hours in there. After went and ate a little something at the market and walked around and looked at everything the little venders had for sale, the parents and Mimi ended up buying ...
... was an extremely bustling street lined with girls in windows, red glowing light and peep shows! It was funny because transgendered women are actually in windows with blue lights, and the one transgendered woman I saw was more attractive than all of the other woman in the windows! After walking down the Main Street in the red light district, we walked out of the busy part and went into a sweet stop and got a waffle with Nutella! It was delicious. After that we went home and went to ...
... 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 ...
... next year's version! Rating - 10 of 10.
The Band - We actually got two bands for this game, since the Notre Dame band played, too. Full disclosure: We didn't have the opportunity to move under the press box like I usually do to watch the marching bands, so we couldn't really see the formations as intended, and we couldn't hear the bands well since they don't generally play to the corner of the ...
... but Nancy had some thoughts about fun things we should do while in her town since they've been saving up their hospitality for 26 years*...and I mean to tell you they were the consumate hosts. We did everything just enough...we walked, we ate, we worked, enjoyed espresso, spectated, went site-seeing and we laughed and laughed and laughed. Nancy and I could always do that ...