Holiday Inn Express Adrian
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... We did stop and see her . . . and visited about 10 minutes . . . she
took our picture . . . because we didn't realize it . . . but today was
her birthday!! So, we were her birthday present!! There wasn't a lot of time, but we are glad we stopped. As an aside, she liked Ford Flex that we have . . . when we were in Edmore, Michigan in May for the services for Mike . . . so she looked at them more seriously in June . . . and ...
... windows of the store--injuring a pregnant woman and her two small daughters. Others were injured as well. Here is the link to the story in the Toronto Sun:
Carol got a small McNuggets and I got ANOTHER coffee (as an aside, I skipped the restrooms . . . thinking I'll take care of that later!).
As we approached Toronto . . . the traffic began ...
... where the houses are separated by acres, I noticed the house numbers didn't make any sense, at least to me. We traveled about five miles down this one road where there were only a handful of houses, but the numbers on the mailboxes were five numbers long. Odd, I thought. There aren't that many houses on the road. Must be a Michigan thing.
Yesterday we we drove all over, ...
... 8217;s great,” I agree.
The 80-mile ride to Adrian is a blast in Al’s expensive, sporty new 1970 white roadster even though it has a tiny back seat and very little legroom. Al is a well-built, average height, nice, homely Jewish man, and Hiker doesn’t act like she cares much about him. After we arrive, Paris and Kendoll greet us, and show us around their home.
“Al may sleep ...
... It was a wonderful day trip. I drove because I like to drive.
I liked going to the service with the nuns. The chapel was large and the singing was wonderful. I liked the cemetery, too, because the design was unusual with the circular arrangement of the headstones. The nuns talked to us like they had known us forever. We felt very welcomed.