Holiday Inn Kalamazoo-West
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... a big hike or anything. This site lets you get pretty close!
More info on the site: https://michiganaudubonorg.presencehost .net/education/eventcalendar/event/2012 /10/20/michigan-audubon-crane-viewing You
can park to carpool behind the Hot Yoga studio at 1331 Lake Drive. I
asked them and it is ok. That is where I am leaving from.
... the public for the first time on Sunday, July 31, 1966. Donald Gilmore passed away in 1979, and Mrs. Gilmore in 1990, but the legacy they began continues to grow.
Today, the site includes eight historic barns, a re-created 1930s service station, a small town train station, and nearly three miles of paved roads. It isn’t ...
... they were lining people up against the wall and down the hall, because the zigzag area was full. We finally made it through customs and then had to claim our luggage and go through the next line. Thank heaven, that one was fairly quick. Out the door and down the corridor, where we could see David and Dawn waving at us. They zipped us through the terminal and out to the parking garage, where it was raining and cold. We loaded ...
... convenient and way cheaper! Plus I shaved over an hour off my travel time for tomorrow!
Slept in again this morning, though not quite as much as yesterday. Did a bit more walking around and went to the Sears Tower (aka Willis Tower). Amazing views!
Then I went for lunch! Best part of my Chicago visit: Chicago style deep dish pizza! As many of you already know, I LOVE my pizza! Definetly one of ...
... While a longer route, it was quicker & there weren't a million tolls! I can say this is the way to go, when driving past Chicago.
We made our 1st major stop in Portage, Michigan to visit with an old friend, Erin (Kurtz) Michael. It was great catching up. Thank you Erin for your hospitality!
We spent the night in Kalamazoo and were off again in the morning headed for the border.