Super 8 Motel South Bend
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Wednesday morning. Leaving is kinda a bummer because it's one of my last times to hang with the Seniors. Other than hanging around, I'll be planning things to do in the 31 hour car ride, which will probably consist of stocking up on podcasts (Ear Biscuits and Movie Fights are some good ones) and creating some killer music playlists.
Update on the Steadicam internship: I took a last second Steadicam class over this J-term at Taylor just to be more prepared if ...
... nice, because the building itself is sparsely used on the weekend. Having the place pretty much to ourselves allowed the kids to focus on the displays a little better. There was a great deal more traffic in the library, which could be distracting.
There was a great variety of nativity scenes: from different countries, made from different materials, and different, imaginative scenes envisioning ...
... I think the place would have been eerily empty if not for the birthday parties.
Even though we were not participating in a birthday party, my kids got a little hungry after having been there for a couple of hours. They do not allow eating and drinking in the museum, but a docent was very nice to let us have a snack at the coloring table. Next time, though, I will be prepared ...
Sat downstairs watching the morning light arrive. Still dark at 7 am but it was finally light at 8. not sure I would be able to cope with that. but next week when daylight saving finishes, it will change for the people living here. No rush this morning for breakfast. Made a few sandwiches and packed the little cooler for a day out.
First stop was Notre Dame University which is in South Bend where Madge lives. It used to be heavily sports oriented more so ...
... of the back roads back to South Bend and drove through areas that were predominantly Amish farms. One of the cutest things I saw was a small buggy with 3 small children being pulled by an equally small horse. Miniature of what we had seen in town.
Back in town, we chatted with Madge and then enjoyed a lovely meal of roast stuffed boneless pork and vegetables followed by a piece of her delicious apple pie. More chatting before retiring to bed.