Baymont Inn & Suites New Buffalo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... of the baby Jesus. Most impressive to the kids were the scenes made out of bread dough (Ecuador, "Flying Camels") and Korean paper (Korea, "When the Magpie Sings"). Here is a PDF document describing all of the nativity scenes in detail.
We then attended Vigil Mass at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. It is amazing that such an incredible work of art is right here in town. The mass itself is ...
... outside of the museum, not today though (did I mention the extreme cold?).
I think normally when Angie would visit HealthWorks, she would stop at the public library to get free passes. However, this year I bit the bullet and purchased the Awesome Amigos membership with the hopes to take advantage of the reciprocal museums discounts. HealthWorks is a member of the ...
... We ended up in a quaint little town called New Buffalo, Michigan. It had a beautiful beach, a nice little pier and a park for kids to play at. Annalena was also ready for a stop because she had just slept 6 of the 7 hours we were in the car already. :)
... me of the Exotic Marigold Hotel.
Drove over to Indiana Dunes state park, located on Lake Michigan. We climbed a very large sand dune...twice. Not sure if it was the touted Mount Baldy, but it was good exercise. Then we went to the water and put our feet in. We could see steel mills on either end of the beach...not something I am used to seeing at the beach. The large pavilion there was a neat building - it was built in the late 20s and had an ...