Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites East Lansing
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... day of the week it's closed is Monday. Oh well. Then the sky opened up. Lightning, thunder, wind, what a show. It has rained (poured) on and off all evening. I'd say that although we're both road weary, it was a very good day. Tomorrow we plan to walk in Michigan's Capitol, Lansing. We're just a short drive from the walk start, so we should get an early start. It would be nice to be finished with the walk before it gets hot. ...
Sherry and I will keep this blog up to date as often as possible. We'll be 5 hours ahead of you, so updates may come at weird times. All I can say is that we're super excited to be going on this trip, and we'll try not to embarrass any of you or the United States with our antics. :-)
Ronda & Sherry
... the press box, luxury suites, and club seats in 2005. Michigan spent $260M on a similar renovation. Just sayin'...
Overall this was a nice stadium, but it's nothing special. Rating - 6 of 10.
Tailgating - This rating may not be fair since we arrived only about 30 minutes before kickoff of a noon game, but we were certainly not impressed. There didn't seem to be much tailgating going on ...
... up in her MSU cheerleading outfit. Kylee did not attend and was watched my friends Julie and Ryck. Upon coming into Lansing, we ate dinner at Red Robin, where are waitress noticing we were all dressed in green and white asked if we were attending the game. Jodi spoke up and said we were, to Kaleb's disappointment ( we think he was hoping to see the new movie Planes). We dropped Kylee off and ...
... and university before we enjoyed some lunch at The Peanut Barrel. That night we went and watched the Lansing Lugnuts minor league baseball team which on Friday night drew quite the crowd. The game concluded with a fireworks show that impressed all of us.
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