Radisson Plaza Hotel at Kalamazoo Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... China. Then I realized I shouldn't be discouraged because maybe I was just weaker. I was right...the "much heavier" bag was actually 3 pounds under weight. That was a sign.
I went to the gym Monday to assess the damage. Warming up on the treadmill resulted in a neck cramp...not off to a good start. Also gravity seemed to have gotten stronger here in the States while I've been gone...or the metal in the dumbbells ...
... so I took the liberty to take a selfie in the mirror. However keep in mind that this photo is not an accurate representation of my physical appearance due to the fact that:
a) I didn't do an ab set right before so...doesn't really count
b) The photo is unfiltered. Since every mirror picture is filtered nowadays, my unaltered photo just isn't realistic on any social media.
Either way, even ...
... 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 ...
... remain very detailed (sadly not mine) and precise. Lovely people.Jon was very moved that people bothered to come to the reunion which Ed so kindly organized and it is something he will remember for the rest of his life. He felt and so did I that it was a wonderful thing to have happened and he wanted to add that it was made even more enjoyable by my presence and support.Jon has found that he really appreciates Michigan - the weather, ...
... 90 acres of farm property and had several historic barns dismantled piece by piece and moved to the site. It was Mr. Gilmore's wife who suggested the idea of turning the collection into a museum where future generations could enjoy the restored cars for years to come. The Gilmores established a non-profit foundation, and opened the ...