SpringHill Suites Detroit Metro Airport Romulus
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... of Michigan so take us on a tour of the campus. We pass the big M on the quad in front of the library. We are told that the story is if you walk over the M it means you will fail your exams. We see the law buildings, they are tall grey buildings with greenery growing on them. Its quite a pretty campus. Classes are out of session so its not too busy in town but I can’t imagine what it would be like with the kids around. Beejal and Arun tell us ...
... and oh so yummy. Matt goes nuts over the teppanyaki. His favorite meal!)
It ended up taking us 12 hours to make the "short" 8 hour drive. So much for our plans to get home early!
So this is the final detailed budget tally. Turned out to be a pretty low-cost vacation - especially since we did many "bucket list" activities that are typically super expensive.
... made it to our cabin! We were so excited to walk in. The place was beautiful. The photos really don't do the place justice. Very nicely decorated with leather recliner couches and deeply cushioned lounge chairs on the deck. 5 bedrooms on 3 levels meant we had plenty of room to spread out. And they they were pet friendly and welcomed Dim Sum ($30 pet fee).Check out the video we made when we first entered the cabin.
... town after a tune up and hug from the fam was DUNKIN! They saw me coming and hooked me up. Man I hope that there is some good coffee in China! I got to the airport with plenty of time to spare. I saw an acquaintance and ducked in the Sky Club. THis place is amazing. Free cocktails and snacks and the people watching is amazing!! It smells like old spice and whiskey in the corner I am sitting in and I am pretty sure that I just saw this guy ...
... and the company eventually folded. Someone bought the two prototypes in 1948 and used them to built a single hybrid Dymaxion house, which they used until the 1970s. In 1990 the house and all the spare parts were donated to the museum. They built something as close to Fuller's original idea as possible, which has been on display since 2001.
I enjoyed my visit to the Henry Ford Museum. I wish I had the time to spend another day ...