Super 8 Imlay City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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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 ...
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.
... your urine test. The longer the better. Its always best not to use. Don't let the toxins in and they can not make any harm to you. 3. Drink tons of fluids. If you drink alot you will pass 4. WATCH THIS VIDEO ON DRUG TEST TIPS http://youtu.be/eK57Po7BwK8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKmS5wq0 ...
... made out of tyres. Also - I'm becoming less shocked by the size of the meals - I still leave more than half on the plate so the waste is terrible. Glen and I spent a lovely relaxing day at home with Leigh. We saw more squirrels and we suspect that at one stage, Dakota was chasing a chipmunk. Andy reported that he'd seen 2 deer down the road last night. The wildlife blows me away. Although I guess visitors to Australia would be similarly blown away by ...
... br> I've never driven an RV before, let alone even a large Uhaul truck (we've always used small ones). I white knuckled the first half hour with my ignorant GPS trying to make me do u-turns along the way. I now have a much deeper appreciation for anyone out there driving rigs and larger vehicles in general. You eventually get a good feel for how much space you're taking up on the road, how fast you can comfortably go, and you feel a certain connection ...