Holiday Inn Express Birch Run (Frankenmuth Area)
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... petrol station, the whole bit. Interestingly the housing estates have no fences and so it looks like everyone lives in a park setting (see photos). Some rest was welcome so on really cold days we stayed in and completed a jigsaw puzzle - good fun. We also visited Frankenmuth to see the Christmas lights (the town is famous for it) and ...
... also trying to trace their famly roots on the same site. They had been exchanging emails since 2005 and when Jim and Flo found out we were in the next state they very kindly invited us to stay with them.
We had an amazing 3 days with the Niestroy family and friends.
When we got off the last bus in Flint, we spotted a smiling, knd lady - we knew straightaway it was Flo, she gave us a big hung and took us to their beautiful house in Fenton ...
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.
... he re booked me on both flights. OK so now we were both back on the same flights but... the flight out of Detroit was delayed another half hour meaning we would be unable to make our connection. :(
Another couple heard of our trouble, and then two more and believe it or not all of us were headed to Iceland. So eight people sat in Detroit thinking about how they were going to spend the day in New York City since the ...
... or on the end of the internet provider?)
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 ...