Red Roof Inn & Suites Muskegon Heights
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... but it was what they sang about that really drew us in, with sing titles such as "Underwear on the Outside" and "Dick Sock". They were truly a riot.
Flying Lotus, one of the artists we were most excited to see, ended up being a bit of a disappointment. He was late, which wouldn't bother me much, except that when he started his set, all of his songs were just a little off. I'm all for artist integrity and mixing it up every now and again, but his ups were ...
... everywhere we went, we dound ourselves at the chocolate shop for a piece of Death by Chocolate cake. Dan had never had it before, and it was great as always. I don't even like cake, but it is so dense and chocolatey that I have to have some too. Erin and I split a piece of the best turtle cheesecake I've ever had. It was a quality lunch. Evan and Con got bored and blasted their gangster rap outside. Somehow we all ended up dancing in the alley way. I ...
... very minimal set up much better as they showed us what people mean by southern hospitality. The music was really enjoyable and not knowing many of the bands we were able to just 'follow our ears' around what was a fantastically planned festival- the 'electric forest' itself was amazing. At night it became vibrantly littered with colours and in the day it provided much needed shade as we crumbled under the Michigan heat- we literally had to ...
... we waited, we played a ton of ping pong, frisbee and cards. I hung out with Lilly (French horn), Natalie (French horn), Bryce (counselor, trumpet) and Adriel (bass). For lunch, Nick's mom and dad brought us Little Caesars Pizza. Afterwards, we boarded the bus to the Detroit Airport. Once on the bus, we started singing "The Lord Bless You And Keep You."
The Blue Lake intensive week was amazing. I have learned many new techniques that have enhanced my cello playing and I feel that I have progressed and gotten much better as a cellist.
The orchestra played an average of 8.5 hours each day. We got up at 6:15 and had a four-hour morning rehearsal every day. We also got a rest period after lunch which was not ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center