Holiday Inn Express Birch Run (Frankenmuth Area)
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When travelling it is important to try and understand the culture of the country you are visiting. This means getting away from the major tourist towns and spending some time in a regular suburban area, a town or a small village. A very good friend let us housesit for her and explore Davison, Michigan. Chain Restaurants, Walmart, McDonalds ...
... making great progress. The roads cut through the cornfields in an organized grid like fashion. After several hours, I realized I was totally lost. Every road, every turn, every cornfield, every turbine looked identical. Bewildered, I stared at the bike map unable to decipher the crossword puzzle-like route. It ...
... met her husband Jim and their daughter Beth. Jim surprised us as he remembered what his Grandpa used to say to him and said in clear Polish 'takiej klipci bedzie dobrze' which translates as 'You are such a fool that you wlll be ok' - Jim just realised what they were saying to him. We spent lovely afternoon chatting and getting to know each other and in the evening we all went to American football game. We tried really hard to understand the rules, but we both ...
We got up at 2:30 in the morning to start our EPIC road trip of a lifetime! Then we hit the road at 3:15 and it was smooth sailing to Chicago. Annalena had no problem sleeping for the majority of the drive, and the rest of the time she was happy and excited to be in the car. It was a great start to our trip.
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This afternoon brought us two more daycares (one of which had five kids who believed John could do no wrong…everything he said made them laugh hysterically, which was a nice boost to the ego) and a last minute performance in the lobby of a nursing home.
Tonight, we’re off to Au Gres (which, I believe, is pronounced “Awe Gray”, or at least that’s ...