SpringHill Suites South Bend Mishawaka
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At 5:45 in the early morning we were gathered in the lobby hotel, we were not the only group, there were some other people - most of them Dutch, waiting for the bus who would take us to the Road Bear factory, Middlebury, Indiana for picking up the brand new motorhome. Just before 6 am, the breakfast room was open, everyone got quick fruit, bagels, waffles, juice. The bus arrived pretty on time. It said on ...
... and regular, and the singing of the Women's Liturgical Choir was uplifting and beautiful. However, the space itself in the church never ceased to draw our attention up and up. I was surprised that my neck didn't hurt after straining to see as much of the walls and the ceiling as I could.
After mass we hit the local Steak 'N Shake. We tried Chili's first, but the line was too long. At Steak ...
... often when she was a young mother of about 4 or 5 kids to meet her other young-mother friends for playdates. And HealthWorks seems to be a very nice place for that. It is a smallish museum, but a good-sized indoor playground and exploratorium.
We ended up staying there for about 2.5 to 3 hours. The place was small enough that I did not feel like I had to keep a wary eye out ...
... low in the trough.
The waves broke over where we were and just a little bit of my pants got wet but not to worry - this was fresh water and the pants dried nicely. It was hard to get my head around the notion that water and sand do not mean salt water. It would have been good to come at a time when I could have swum in the water and experienced that activity. Something for the bucket list, maybe.
Back home late afternoon after having a ...
... At 10.00 still foggy as we took Route 20 towards Amish country in Middlebury and Shipshewana. We visited Das Dutchman Essenhaus which is a huge complex where they can feed 1,100 people at once. It is very commercialised and felt like a tourist attraction. There were young Amish ladies working at the bakery and Amish families obviously went there because we saw their horses and buggies at the complex.
Further down the road we stopped at ...