Residence Inn Kalamazoo East
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... pun-y jokes using the brand and product names as the blow-off. He has a whole script that he keeps to, but when John started throwing jokes back at him, he laughed and took it as a personal challenge to try and out-joke the circus clown. John had a really great time hanging out with him and Derek said he got some video of the tour, so if Doug gives us permission, we’ll post the videos on J.P.’s FB ...
... yearning to to growers. I had a good chat to a pig farmer about his issues with GE which convinces me even more that we need to be completely GE free, once it gets in, we can't get it out. We got coffee from a coffee ambulance, where the staff were dressed as nurses. Got yakking to a lady who was waiting for coffee and tried one lf her 'donut holes' that she had bought from the Amish, so off to that stall! Then off to a cheese shop where we tried the best goat cheese ever and ...
... for a store Bronner’s CHRISTmas Wonderland several times. I decided it would be fun to stop in and see the store.
Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland started from humble beginnings, quickly growing through several expansions to become the World’s Largest Christmas Store with beautifully landscaped grounds covering 27 acres. But for originator Wally Bronner, the journey has always been about CHRIST, and "decorating hearts with peace and ...
... work, although I almost did. My mom bought a cute hotel sign, and then we headed into town to eat. We found a country kitchen that advertised the best food in town, so we stopped there to eat. After sitting down, Bryan, the owner came over to introduce himself to us, and explained that it was a family owned business. Mom ordered a grilled cheese and I ordered a chicken sandwich, and when it came, the ...
... Mom and I made it to Portage, Illinois, ate at a Steak and Shake (yuck)' stayed at a comfort inn, and called it a night. This morning we woke up and drove along Highway 20 toward Shipshewana. Along the way we saw some cool houses, including an old abandoned house on a rise along the freeway. I wish I would've gotten a picture. It was white and had a grand covered driveway like an old plantation house in the south. Eventually we got back on Highway 80, a toll road, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking