Days Inn Imlay City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... What are the first three words/thoughts that come to mind when you think about Germany?" Their thoughts were intriguing. I'm hoping that upon completion of the trip and my interactions and lessons with these individuals, their opinions might ...
... for its views and beauty.
We will be exploring Prague and the Czech Republic, the Bohemian wonderland full of surprises. It's a magical city of 100 spires in the country of 100 castles. Old Town Square and St Charles Bridge, Czech dumplings and local beer, and spectacular views are just some of the things waiting to be enjoyed.
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Rich & Linda
... some beggars. They are very nice. I just kept a good grip on my purple Coach cross body bag from New York. After our Detroit experience we went to a cider mill where they have apples and cider and DONUTS. It was very Halloween with enormous pumpkins for sale. We had a donut and some hot chocolate and the boys ran around with boundless energy. Andy, Leigh and the boys went home while Matt drove Glen and I to Panera Bread to buy some more beautiful ...
... we got to see with him. The property is massive and there is some structure to it, just a lot of work needed to be done still. After lunch it was back to work and we have almost 3 completely painted rooms. Just the big room is left to go. There are high hopes for tomorrow that the room will get painted, at least one coat! I can't even put into words how amazing God has worked through us all today. It was a tough day that ...
... known island of Positano. In that same weekend not only did I go for a three-hour vigorous hike on the island of Capri, but I also went cliff jumping into the Mediterranean Sea. This was first of many changes that have occurred in four months.
Becoming more cultured is honestly one of the biggest changed in my life. I have been able to experience English being the second language and have a huge language barrier to deal with. ...