Super 8 Ionia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I recently made and impulse decision to take a cross-country road trip out to California to visit a friend. It seemed like a great idea at the time and I thought nothing could sway my decision. However, the closer it came to leave, the more I realized that I had nothing planned and wasn't ready. As the number of times I considered canceling the trip altogether increased, so did my determination and stubbornness to see it through. So that ...
Time has almost come to board our plane. It's been a very long morning. We are ready to get this adventure underway! I'm so grateful for the love and support showered on us by our lovely family and friends! Parting from Hazel was rough. I'm glad she'll be surrounded by loving care. Two weeks with Jeff in Europe! Dream come true! A third week with our kiddos makes this trip ...
After a five hour car ride, my family and I made it to the Calvin College campus Thursday evening just in time to catch the campus dinner. As an outbound student, ever since I began Rotary I was always told of the Grand Rapids Conference. This conference was the most important, crazy, and final conference before leaving. Later, after meeting up with my friends from my district, that ...
... first 200 miles seemed to fly by! I had my music playing and the open road ahead of me with the built in GPS guiding me home. I was all prepared for the first toll with my stashed envelope of $1’s and $5’s. I was trying to hold off on coffee for as long as possible, to avoid having to make a different kind of stop, so I snacked on my cereal for lunch and had a bottle of seltzer water and still water for different options. The world felt empty in those ...
... Angie came in from the grocery with her ingredients for the evening. Angie and I had a brief chat and goodbye and soon I was talking with Jordan, from San Diego, a professional sky diver and what else, came over to do some BASE jumping at what he termed the "BASE jumping resort". He was in his late 20's and said that his job back at the states was to train Navy SEALS in the art of sky diving, but that it was not a full time thing. It was his third trip to Europe and ...