Econo Lodge & Suites

Address: 2985 Kraft Ave SE, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 49512, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2985 Kraft Ave SE, Grand Rapids, is near Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, Leonardo da Vinci's Horse, Golf Club at Thornapple Pointe, and Aquinas College.
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      First day

      A travel blog entry by isaacbtj on Jan 05, 2015

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      Schedule got little delayed due to the weather. We left at 10 50 am. We got into a van heading to the mega but station. I think we are taking the mega bus to Chicago. The bus ended up being 20 minutes late but I already forgave it because it's a double decker bus. (And we saw a huge wheel rolling down the street with perfect balance for at least two hundred meters) We went on the top deck got ...

      Before the trip

      A travel blog entry by isaacbtj on Jan 05, 2015

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      Tomorrow The mystery trip will began and I'll be gone for about two weeks. I ll miss my family during this time. I feel quite prepared for the up coming adventure except that I just realized I have no idea where my Chapstick is... Anyway hope it ll be a great time and when I get back everything will still be alright so that I can get ready for the new ...

      THANKS

      A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Oct 29, 2014

      ... to be unhappy, then I could go somewhere else.
      -----But for now, and possibly forever, I wanted to be in my hometown. I had friends and family here, most of whom I hadn't seen in sixteen months. All four of my grandparents were still alive. Old, but alive. A lot of people had said to me when I was traveling: "You're going to have a lot of stories to tell your grandkids." Heck, I was going to have a lot of stories to tell ...

      Tomatito Flaco

      A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Jul 19, 2014

      ... elements of humanity remain unchanged. We see them expressed in different means when we travel; we marvel at all the awe-inspiring ways that our species can express its existence. But that core, that expression, the very act of reaching out, is unanimous. It transcends every element that manages to spring up around us. Those base needs for connection, understanding, truth, and humanity are omnipresent.


      Even the people we travel with are reflected in those ...

      ...and when it's all said and done.

      A travel blog entry by twarfield on May 22, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... the students smiling. I'm praying for bright futures for them. That they reach their dreams of college and career and can afford it. That they don't contract HIV or have a child before they are ready. That they put the things we taught them into practice every chance they get.

      I go back to Kenya! Riding down the roads and watching the red dirt, trees and slums roll by. I smell the ...