Super 8 Canton/Livonia Area
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... appetizers with sparking at the hotel. Teresa found a great little farm to table walking distance away (in Fort Lauderdale - who knew) and we dined on fresh kale salad and small plates of pork tenderloin and antelope medallions. (yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/market-17-fort- lauderdale-3) Tomorrow we head to ...
... is a small garden at the house (largely for Britt, Pat, and Marla) and a larger patch of land, about 2 acres, on which more food is grown. CSA members pay for a bundle of food which is collected each week (either tuesday or thursday, in this case), or, for a reduced price, CSA members work 2 hours a week weeding, harvesting, and/or cleaning produce for everybody else. It truly does show a sense of community, especially when half a dozen people show up at the same time ...
... I plan. Or maybe I should phrase this more accurately, *I* love travelling the way I plan. My family is happy as long as I do not have the following conversations with them 2 months before the trip: "Should we do Swahili Swirl before or after Tanzanian Twister?" They are content if I tell them 2 minutes before, "Now, it's time to go on Tanzanian Twister".
This is why I love travelling to Disney....there are ultra-nerds like me there and I can ...
... Right now I'm in air on my first flight to New York. I walk on the plane and look for my seat, and where am I? Right in the middle of two people I don't know. I'm like of course I would be. The Asian lady on the right of me is next to the window and has had it closed the whole time. I really wanna see outside! She also grabbed the barf bag at one point, opened it, smelled inside, folded it back up and replaced ...
... his daughter and her two children. Granddad was from Florida and the others were from Traverse City, Michigan. Lunch was good and the cool, dimly lit tavern with its low ceilings and stone fireplaces was quite charming.
We continued our explorations after lunch, but the day was getting warmer by the minute. Thank goodness, the Village has lots of trees and many benches and areas to sit and rest or, in my case, cool off. By the ...