Red Roof Inn Kalamazoo East
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... or something. Everything felt heavier. Damn.
On the bright side I didn't gain 20 pounds. Turns out I actually lost 2 pounds! Ah so the magic to weight loss is to eat your ass off and not work out. Ah I joke...*sob*...remember muscle is heavier than fat...so I guess my muscle loss to fat gain ratio was slightly above 1.
Time for the long journey back to fitness...
Peace and Protein Shakes,
... photo doesn't really count it still is a good comparison point for when I get back. Man I am not excited to take that after photo...
Second order of the day. THE NFL SEASON HAS OFFICIALLY STARTED!!! I've spent about 12 hours this past weekend watching football, I need to soak up as much of the season as I can before the 12 hour time difference forces me to watch Sunday Night Football at 8 am Monday morning. ...
... an hour after eating dinner wasn't such a good idea. At this very moment, I'm fighting back the urge to puke. On the bright side I was able to convince my equally not as hungry friends, Connor and Kevin, to also get meals and shakes with me. Now I won't be the only one with heart problems. Three cheers to peer pressure! Peace and Milkshakes, Tom ...
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 ...