Best Inn Grand Rapids

35 28th Street Southwest, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 49548, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 35 28th Street Southwest, Grand Rapids, is near Public Museum of Grand Rapids, Meyer May House, Grand Rapids Art Museum, and Grand Rapids Children's Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Grand Rapids

Best Numeric Keypad Door Lock to your Car

A travel blog entry by self69bert on Jul 28, 2014

... that'll help you to rush in your car right away and never waste an extension cord around the door handle. Once you're inside, another similar button when pressed will lock the doors in your case. You might like to sound the alarm inside the car pressing the emergency button. In addition to such extraordinary conditions a keyless entry method is pretty useful otherwise too. Like if you are approaching the car with bags of grocery along with what not and ...

Nerves and Excitement

A travel blog entry by rsmonterusso on Jul 27, 2014

... to today, the eve of my adventure. Having planned the first half of the trip (complete with places to sleep other than my car and stretches of driving about 16 hours long), I feel somewhat less nervous. Somewhat. Overall, I'm a bundle of nerves mixed with excitement and determination. What great life adventure doesn't couple nervousness and excitement though? I can't wait to see the things America has to offer that I've spent far too ...

Tomatito Flaco

A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Jul 19, 2014

... reads flight times and departure gates, and reflect on our place in the moment. In that sliver of tree bark, within the transportation that it represents, resides an underlying sense of meaning that is impossible to ignore. It’s a sense of rawness; a tuning of one’s self to their own pattern of life. As we flow with that resonance, as our waters guide and toss and trickle towards the end, we can feel it.


That’s the point.


- TJ
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The Unbounded Outbounds, Inbounds, and Rebounds

A travel blog entry by rocioyahre on Jul 13, 2014

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... the conference. They told us how much they enjoyed it here and that once we leave we will never want to go back home. Finally, I got to meet the rebounds. Filled with knowledge and wisdom of travel. They told us endless stories of the fun they had, and how lucky us outbounds were to be getting to start our own adventures now. They told us tips and advice and showed us their now fluent foreign language ...

Final thoughts

A travel blog entry by whitworm on May 22, 2014

... to work and school. While sitting in class I wished more than anything I was teaching the students, instead of being the student. Although I don't want to teach as a profession, I've come to love teaching. I can't wait to teach patients about oral health one day. To make adjusting harder, Fredrick emailed me to ask if I arrived in the US safely. I've found myself looking through hundreds of pictures to take ...