Sleep Inn Hotel - Lansing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... Middle School graduation yesterday so we headed off to that which was great to see how they do it. Over 300 kids graduated from year 8 from his school so the presentation of their certificates was a long process but it was good to experience another part of living in American suburbia.
Since we first booked our flights, Jeff has been talking about the places that they are planning to take us out to eat. Yesterday, he showed us that he has a list on his ...
... After a horizontal (rather than reclined) sleep, the weak rays of the sun appeared at around 7.45am and we all surfaced at roughly 9.00am. A casual breakfast and more conversation followed before we headed out for a walk at about 11:00am. On exiting the apartment block we were quickly reminded that it is winter in Chicago. Grey skies and a light breeze made it seem even colder. We began our outing by popping in to a recent find of Max & Sarah's: a ...
I was able to get a wonderful triangle route on United rather than the direct flight to Paris on Delta. Luckily, it was cheaper, so work basically paid for my vacation flight. All I had to do was leave a little earlier and sit in Chicago. Not really a problem since it gave me the opportunity to eat real meals instead of plane food.
... store for some snacks and groceries before going on the trai tomorrow. Unfortunately, when we got to the Plaza of the Americas just after crossing back over the bridge we went down the stairs to the lower street level because we saw a grocery store but we couldn't find the entrance so we kept walking along the street thinking we would cross back over to N Michigan but we were wrong and we ended up getting a little lost. We eventually found Ontario Street where the 7 Eleven was ...
... went out on "The Ledge".....four clear ledges that extend out of the building and over the street below. (Steve says google this or look on You Tube). These were quite beautiful but also freaky! When you step out onto the ledge it is clear all around including to the ground below-103 stories. We have photos to prove we actually were brave enough to be on the Ledge! Next we walked to Grant Park ...