Magnuson Hotel Lansing
Travel Blogs from Lansing
... a story in rhyme, where the negatives and positives have a chance to shine. They were se-e-e-parated, separated, got together and created LI-I-I-I-I-GHTNING -- crackle, crackle. When the lightning flashes through the sky, it heats the air, as it goes by. The air expands, and rushes back, and that's what makes the thunder clap -- BOOM!' and my favorite song is, 'How Many Colors are in the Rainbow?' I'll spare you the whole song, and just ...
... 8217;m surprised at how fast men come onto me.
“Why are you attacking me?” I shriek.
“Your red light is on,” he replies.
“A red light means stop! STOP that right now, and get out of here!”
Later, I complain to my dorm mates.
“I can’t believe how aggressive the men are at this university. They tell me it’s because my red light is on, but I told ...
... the skies to the west were getting darker, we merged back onto the freeway. We stopped at the Michigan Welcome Center to get information on what to see and where to stay. As we pulled out of the parking lot the Mini blew a fuse again. Yep, the weather was getting hotter. Later down the road we lost another fuse. We stopped for the night at Durand, MI. Durand is home to the Michigan Railroad Museum. It's just my luck that ...
... in time, and nobody yelled at me.
Shortly after returning, we left to Sam and Sue's neighbor's parents' 50th wedding anniversary, where they had a great country band, great food, and great dancing. It was entertaining to watch, and my mom even got up to dance with Lumpy, the neighbor.
Back at the house later that evening, we tried to sit on the bottom porch for awhile, but the bugs were annoying, so we sat inside. I sat on the couch and read my magazine ...
... speaking. We were given blue panchos this time. Loaded 5million people on the boat. You didn't want to lose your group because from behind everyone looks the same. The boat headed out towards the Falls. The base of the American falls was first. It spit on us a little. Then we headed towards the Canadian side of the falls and disappeared into the mist - which was more like a storm. Everyone saw the falls quite well except for me. All I could see was the inside of my pancho as it ...
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