Sleep Inn - Lansing North / Dewitt
Travel Blogs from DeWitt
It still seems hard to believe that we're leaving for Dublin tomorrow! I'm finally finished packing (and I think Sherry is, too!), Ralphie is at grandma and grandpa's, and Leo is sleeping, dreaming of fun times at the boarding kennel. Maverick has been trying to injure me by leaving tennis balls in high traffic areas. I don't think he wants ...
... br> The stadium wasn't full for this non-conference game, and many fans left at the end of halftime when a tiny bit of rain started falling (it stopped after a few minutes). The student section was pretty active, though. For the most part I found the fans to be genuinely good fans, but there seemed to be a lack of passion. I'd like to see what they are like for a bigger game against a Big 10 rival. Rating - ...
... up in her MSU cheerleading outfit. Kylee did not attend and was watched my friends Julie and Ryck. Upon coming into Lansing, we ate dinner at Red Robin, where are waitress noticing we were all dressed in green and white asked if we were attending the game. Jodi spoke up and said we were, to Kaleb's disappointment ( we think he was hoping to see the new movie Planes). We dropped Kylee off and ...
We made a quick stop in Lansing, Michigan to catch up with one of Brett's old rugby teammates Rader who was going to law school at the University of Michigan State. Fi had actually met Rader the year before while Rader visited Sydney. Rader drove us around ...
... to have to unhook us from our tethered electric cord and get wet (I don't do wet…if you remember oldcat, I AM arm candy!) but the rain had stopped by the time we were ready to go, so no one had to get wet!
We pulled out of camp at 9:00 heading to Mickey D’s for breakfast. It was a cool 66 degrees. At our stop for breakfast we also took on fuel. Judy, it ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking