Red Roof Inn Kalamazoo East
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... My aunt looked at me, pointed at the bottom of my gut, and said to me "Tom you've been having too many beers". My friends proceeded to laugh their asses off. Sigh...that honesty. Another thing was the end of the study abroad program. I was packing my check in luggage and when I was finished I went to lift it up to guess if its overweight. I picked it up and was like...****...this is heavy as hell, much heavier than the ...
This post is going to touch up on two things today.
1) My pre-Beijing physical condition
2) The 2014 NFL season opener
However, before I talk about those things I will advise everyone who's studying abroad to start packing early. Right when you think you're done packing, BAM. Check in luggage is overweight. Damn airlines and their luggage weight limit ********. It's a shame when a ...
... 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 ...
So after a night in Chicago we filled in time till our train by checking out the Magnificent Mile, walking down to Lake Michigan and generally wandering the streets of downtown Chicago, admiring the architecture and the beautiful gardens and trees which are everywhere. Downtown is stunning - wide footpaths with flower beds and trees, really clean (which was a great after the plastic drifts in Mexico), and it seemed quiet, even though it was pretty busy. We popped into an info centre to ...
... and collector.
Other cars in the collection include a Franklin Model A runabout, the first four-cylinder car built in America. A similar Franklin made the trip from San Francisco to New York City in 1904, cutting in half the cross-country record set the previous year. Also featured are Franklin's answer to luxury sedans built ...