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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... came at 4pm to collect us so we said our goodbyes. The taxi only cost us $60 instead of the $125 we paid on the first trip. Checked in our bags, my bag was too heavy so had to move some stuff to brads hand luggage. Had dinner and then waited to board our flight. We were scheduled to fly out with American Airlines for New York at 7:30 but our flight was delayed and then once ...
... and suburbia to get to Chicago. What should have been an hour drive took about 2. We were knackered by the time we got to Brian's place.
Brian is another Airbnb find. He lives in a three bedroom place in Logan Square. The neighbourhood is beautiful. Victorian houses, tree lined streets and cute cafes, bars and restaurants. We meet Brian as we are going up the walkway and he shows us around. The house is gorgeous. Brian is some kind of artist and all the artwork in the ...
Second day. Woke up at 3am but put my sleep audiobook on and managed to get back to sleep until 7. Had a lazy morning getting ready then headed out at about 10 for some brunch, we stopped off at The Corner Bakery and both had paninis. Following that we headed down to the architectural boat tour which lasted about an hour - hour and a half. I took way too many photos of buildings but this city is just ...
... and Bill weren't able to join us, but we still had a great evening.
The following day we didn't have anything planned so we were able to just stroll and enjoy the city. We decided to head down to one of the other tall towers where you can stand out over glass and look down over the city. On the way there we got caught in some rain so we arrived as drowned freezing rats only to have the staff inform us "there is currently ...
... suites! I can't recall what level these suites are on but let me tell you it's a magic view! That's the beauty of these tours they take you into places where you would never see! The tour guides give us some great info and point out the owners suites, which celebrities come to games etc. The discussion moves onto seat prices etc. To start with the season ticket holder wait list is 13 years long, once you get the go ahead for a season ticket you need to pay for a seat ...