Super 8 Ionia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... t recover. That being said, you may be thinking, "Then why the [explicit] are you visiting this dangerous country!?!?! Couldn't you have chosen a safer country like, I don't know, CANADA?" (That's my dad talking, fyi).
But imagine how dull life would be if we did everything by the rules and played everything safe. What kind of life would we be living? Could you even ...
... is very different than the St. Louis Zoo, its smaller, but you can get up close and personal to the animals. Reagan loved seeing all of the animals, except for the bears, she had turned around to talk to us, and when she turned around it was right behind her, she wasn't a fan of that. They had a really fun treehouse play area, that due to the land that the zoo is on, put you up in the trees overlooking the rest of the zoo. They had a zipline that you could ride down, ...
... exploring every square inch of the childrens garden we made our way to the boardwalk path that the boys called "The Frog Trail" it was this great 1/2 mile long board walk that went over a marsh full of wetland plants and cute little frogs that played a game of hide and seek with us! The frog trail ended at the Farms of Michigan exhibit, and then from there we checked out some of the sculptures and the brand new Japanese Garden area! It was absolutely gorgeous! We ...
... the kids played a little more. Then everybody except Tommy and Mom got ready to go horseback riding. ( Tommy didn't want to and Mom wanted to get packed). Trixie went horseback riding on Sandy while Gpa led her around and Gma took pics. And, the rest were going on a trail. Bernice had, Fritz, Ben had, Orphan, Edie had, Blue, Dad had Paisley, UR had, Perkins, and AK had Bibi. At 1st, Miranda's (our guide) horse would not go on ...
... I knew I was getting close! OH and MI were the longest and hardest to get through. By the time I made it to Diamondale, MI, I was more than ready to get out of the car! I was greeted with big smiles, dogs and a hot dinner! It was definitely worth the stopover! The next day I headed to WI to see my oldest brother and his family. 6 hours in the car and a stretch through Chicago with MULTIPLE tolls that were confusing, especially with the GPS telling me to keep left ...