Radisson Plaza Hotel at Kalamazoo Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Drove down from Grand Rapids to Gun Lake. Moved into Jim and Jean's cottage at the Lake, in her family forever. Perfect place to recover from jet lag/persistent cough, and get WARM. Met Schmidts at the Casino for a nice dinner, played a little Blackjack (I won $20). Met the usual gang for golf on Wednesday at Thornapple Point, Jane had ...
Traveled from DC to Michigan in two days, hit lots of rain and bad weather on most of the trip. We stopped here so we can take the RV into General RV on Monday morning to see about get the slide fixed, they will most likely need to order parts so once they see what they need to repair it we will head up to Indigo and return when they have the parts to get it fixed. ...
Alright well since I'm finally back from China it's time to report on my physical well being. Although China has been awesome in most ways, it has not been kind to my health. The smog and the lack of fitness facilities has been killer. Most of my attempts to exercise has been met with either bronchitis like symptoms or Chinese workers kicking me out of the weight room. My friend Anthony and I actually got ...
... which turned out to be a giant thrift store full of junk. After that things started looking up when we arrived at The Little Red Schoolhouse Antiques where I found a red canister I'm going to use as an end table. Then, we drove to Kalamazoo, found a hotel, and ate some delicious pesto and artichoke pizza.
Tomorrow we'll do some more antiquing and head over to Sue's for the next few days. I'm looking forward to experiencing life on the river.
Eleven of the Collection's cars have been donated by Bob and Patricia Kern of Waukesha, WI. In addition to the Kern cars, the collection has been given a fully restored 1932 Franklin V-12, four-door sedan from Mrs. Beth Marshall of St Louis, MO, in memory of her husband, the late Alex Marshall, a long time ...