SpringHill Suites Detroit Metro Airport Romulus
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12F when we awoke can't imagine what 75F even feels like any more. Packed up the car and headed to the airport with our car and house sitter Miss Elizabeth in tow. Our flight was delayed slightly by de-icing however we were soon in the air and heading to warmer climates. Checked in at the hotel (bags all arrived!) ...
... an extra bag to bring things home in. I had to forgo some the rolling techniques I often use and actually folded things...I know I am still in shock. I started my sleep deprivation this week in hopes that the trip will not reek havoc on my body. I packed until 2am and then was up around 6am. I managed to get to the gym and had a good workout with my boxing partner and kept a good pace. The Giles car service picked me up and the last stop ...
... as well as the limo that Kennedy was in when he was shot. They have the bus that Rosa Parks was in when she wouldn't change her seat.
My favorite exhibit was the Dymaxion house. The Dymaxion house was designed by Buckminster Fuller in 1929. In 1945 Fuller resurrected the design as a way to supply inexpensive housing to the returning soldiers. He built prototypes of two different models. He never got funding to ...
... We have first class again and get huge seats. Meaning, we get a pillow, comforter, and our seat goes a full 180 degrees (Lie Flats). I think it's going to be funny to see how mom and dad try and work all the "techie" buttons on their seats.
I will hopefully post a few more pics on here to show you their reaction to seeing their seats for the first time and trying to work all the buttons.
I think we are ...
... Touchdown Jesus, who looks down upon us sinners, locked in his Cubist eternity on the library wall, and we see the hallway where Sean Astin tries to quit when Charles S. Dutton calls him, "…five-foot nothing, a hundred and nothing…" Rudy inspires yet again; it’s a beautiful school, if rigidly traditional, and walking through, eyeing the courses littering the ...