Quality Inn Kalamazoo
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... run the last 400 m and do the whole mile...which I did...barely. "Oh Tom, how hard was it on a scale of 1-10?" Well let's just say it was difficult enough where I had to use that red emergency stop thing. Didn't even occur to me there was a stop button...I just wanted that thing to stop moving ASAP.
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... get to China...so here goes: Steak N' Shake was good. The triple steak burger meal offers almost unbeatable dollar to calorie ratio. The s'mores milkshake was also excellent, I found myself eating the leftover gram cracker pieces with a spoon...it's all about how you finish. That being said, having the triple steak burger meal and the s'more ...
... posts. Obviously I can't spill all the juicy details on my first blog post. I will answer some questions on this first blog post though. For example why am I taking the time to start a blog? Shouldn't I be using this time to start packing? First of all, yes...I probably should start packing. But I'll get to that later...I am writing this because I feel like ...
... outside on their balcony overlooking Erie. Great deal!
Next stop: Kalamazoo, Michigan. Another easy drive, and a shorter one too, being only 5 hours. The city is sparse and somewhat small compared to those on the east coast, but well populated. Why Kalamazoo? Bell's Brewery. The brewery has a general store in town where they sell their own beer, as well as ingredients for home brewing and fun souvenirs. Next door is the Eccentric Cafe, which is ...
... the Kalamazoo Spice Extraction Company, Kalsec is owned and managed by Todd family descendants.
In the past, Kalamazoo was known for its production of windmills, mandolins, buggies, automobiles, cigars, stoves, paper, and paper products. Agriculturally, it once was noted for celery and bedding plants. Although much has ...