TownePlace Suites Kalamazoo
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... m really going to miss those Sundays (and Saturdays for college football). At least I got to see my Lions win their season opener; I'm telling you, this is their year...SUPERBOWL HERE WE COME!
Anyways I need to wake up in about 7 hours to drive to O'Hare tomorrow morning so I'll just cut off here. Off to go finish packing haha...hopefully my next post will be from China!
Peace and Go Lions,
... get to China...so here goes: Steak N' Shake was good. The triple steak burger meal offers almost unbeatable dollar to calorie ratio. The s'mores milkshake was also excellent, I found myself eating the leftover gram cracker pieces with a spoon...it's all about how you finish. That being said, having the triple steak burger meal and the s'more ...
Hello Good People, Tom (Xinyuan) Zhang here and welcome to my blog! I will be studying abroad in the fall so I might as well keep track of things. "Where are you studying abroad?" you might ask. Beijing! But wait...I know what you're thinking "aren't you Chinese?" Yes...why yes I am. "so why are you studying...inbroad?" I'll answer that and many other questions in ...
... outside on their balcony overlooking Erie. Great deal!
Next stop: Kalamazoo, Michigan. Another easy drive, and a shorter one too, being only 5 hours. The city is sparse and somewhat small compared to those on the east coast, but well populated. Why Kalamazoo? Bell's Brewery. The brewery has a general store in town where they sell their own beer, as well as ingredients for home brewing and fun souvenirs. Next door is the Eccentric Cafe, which is ...
... I thought Michigan was just a State!). Then we hit K-Zoo and Ellie and the girls were there to meet us which was really lovely - especially when you've been used to arriving in places and not knowing anyone, and it was so great to see them again. So K-Zoo is probably the most spread out city I've ever seen. It's impossible to walk anywhere, everything is vast, including the road widths. There are hardly any footpaths. The houses are massive and so are the sections, but they ...