Extended Stay America - Detroit - Ann Arbor - Briarwood Mall
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We arrived at the Detroit Airport at about 6:30 pm, got checked in, and they gave me a hard time about getting my boarding pass for the Paris to Lyon leg. However our tour director made a little noise and secured it for me. The taxi picked us up right on time and delivered us to the slots in Clinton where are bus was waiting for us. From here we went to Exeter, on the Grand Bend for more ...
... where on the last sunday of each month the farm provides a free breakfast to anyone who shows up (usually CSA members, family, and friends). Guests are also invited to donate to the farm in exchange for the breakfast, which also consists of all-local food.
First things first.
Saturday around noon I drove from Feral Foods to Hand Sown so I could help with the setup. A local pig had been bought and slaughtered and was in a hand-made roasting ...
We explored Ann Arbor and The University of Michigan. We visited The Big House. It is pretty cool and a big stadium, but it does not compare to Neyland Stadium back home. Go Vols! The Matthaei Botanical Gardens were beautiful and full ofexotic plants from all the biomes of the world. Cindy teaches Garden Club at one of her schools and we learned some new ideas for their garden. ...
... next year's version! Rating - 10 of 10.
The Band - We actually got two bands for this game, since the Notre Dame band played, too. Full disclosure: We didn't have the opportunity to move under the press box like I usually do to watch the marching bands, so we couldn't really see the formations as intended, and we couldn't hear the bands well since they don't generally play to the corner of the ...
... but Nancy had some thoughts about fun things we should do while in her town since they've been saving up their hospitality for 26 years*...and I mean to tell you they were the consumate hosts. We did everything just enough...we walked, we ate, we worked, enjoyed espresso, spectated, went site-seeing and we laughed and laughed and laughed. Nancy and I could always do that ...