Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Ann Arbor Univ. Michigan Area
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... plush Parador Hotel, or share a bottle of wine, bread, and cheese beneath a tree with other pilgrims.
David has been absolutely wonderful throughout my nine months of preparation for this adventure. He's solved all my tech problems, accompanied me on some difficult training walks, and patiently listened to my feelings of excitement, confusion, and trepidation. But, I couldn't get him to take the final step (pardon the pun) ...
... walked over and immediately got big tears in my eyes. It was a Cemetery for War Dogs.
Boy, if you've ever had a dog, you'll feel as we ...
... met the Spanish teachers at conferences, I found out I'd be the only parent chaperone (with 2 teachers), and that there would be 18 of us going in all. I am eager to work with the kids in the DREAM school, and also to see the culture and beauty of the island. But I have tiny nagging worries about the water, Montezuma's revenge, a terribly timed new mosquito-delivered illness called Chikungunya, and managing the local kids with my very modest language skills.I am ...
Overall - What more can you ask for? Great tailgating. An iconic stadium. Beyoncé on the big screen. A fantastic game between the two of college football's royalty. I'd say this was a fantastic experience. Rating - 10 of 10.
Here are a bunch of other pictures from the game. http://michiganphotostore.photoshelter. com/gallery/FBL13-vs-Notre-Dame-Under-t he-Lights-II/G0000MACTIPKWe7k/0/C0000Dn 0IkFNey9I
... to Polson (which constitutes the Flathead Valley where we live in Montana) could fit in this stadium with room to spare.
One football game does not satiate a couple of sports-craved parents, so we walked home, ate some dinner and then headed back to campus for a soccer game and a volleyball match. I guess we're true UM fans now. Go Blue!