Holiday Inn Express Flint
Travel Blogs from Flint
... to pick up our refugee - Gaile Harrell and we shopped till we couldn't get any more into the shopping carts (3 of them). Look out Jodi, the stuff is on the way to your house. LOL. Bronners was everything I professed it to be. Joanne and Gaile were both way, way impressed and planning on coming back.
We watched the Bavarian ...
... of the hobby from one of those racing. The boats can cost some $1500 and the controller up to an additional $500. One controller can be programmed for multiple boats. There is a circuit of races that many of them follow around a few of the states.
After watching a few races and lunch, we drove through Flint. Denis wanted to see it as it was one of the cities impacted by the downsizing of the ...
... train world. They did have a nice hobby shop, though, and I was able to find some landscaping stuff that I haven't seen in the shops back home, so that was a good thing.
When we got back to Frankenmuth, we decided to stop by the local brewery and have a late lunch/early dinner. We sat out on their deck overlooking the river and enjoyed a beautiful day. About 15 minutes after we were there, ...
... into stopping, changing lanes, etc.
Thank you so much to Tim & Lynn at Ann Arbor State ...
... blend in with the forest leaves. They feed at night on the wing searching for moths and other nocturnal insects.
I also viewed my second Woodcock. You can see him on the forest floor and although his very large, bulging eye is quite visible in this photo, his very long bill is hidden in the ground. This bird is seldom seen because of its protective coloring. They subsist ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services