Hyatt Place Auburn Hills
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... Kendall (Flo and Jim's granddaughter) was plaing flute, everithing was just like in an american movie. That was a fantastic evening.
Next day we skyped Hania's parents, Justyna and Kamil. Flo had a chance to clear up a few famly and historical things.In the evening we met the rest of Niestroy family - Hannah (Beth's daughter and Flo and Jim's granddaughter), Jimmy (their son) with his wife Sue and chldren Kendall, Eric and Nathan and friends Kim and Carl. We skyped aunty Irena, ...
... Was a great atmosphere and the hot dogs were amazing.
Afterwards we took a stroll around Greek town and walked back to the hotel with our senses on alert, this is definitely not a safe town.
When we woke up we took ourselves off to the most economically crippled suburb in the USA to see a street art installation. Basically the houses and many of the piles of debris and rubbish have been turned ...
Here it is in numbers. Pretty neat to look at.
10 new states
3 Big Cities
5 State Capitals
4 Small (western) towns
11 or more different attractions (historic, natural or amusement)
25 plus different restaurants.
237 gallons of gas.
12 different beds per persons
... through the Leland'. The latter is a formerly grand old hotel that looks to be begging to be explored. It is very faded, not very welcoming as you enter at street level, with reception up the grimy stairs, and looks as though it is being used as much for housing as hotelling. The welcome at the diner was warm, though. After my burger and a quick listen to the conversation between owner and customer: "it weren't more'n thirteen dollars" "mmm-hmmm," I scuttled back to the greyhound ...
... up for the days anticipated activity of a trip to the zoo. After a couple of texts from Andy and a brief discussion we decided that we would go to the zoo on Thursday and go to the shopping mall today. Once Andy had got back from work and we'd had some ham sandwiches (can't say no to a bit of flat nosed cow) we set off to the mall. On the way to the Mall Gill pointed out that we would drive past 'The Palace of Auburn Hills' which is where the Detroit Pistons (Basketball) ...