AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
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... met Tammy, our real estate agent. She was absolutely lovely and showed us around town and we also looked at a few houses. Later we got the train back to Detroit and had a quick drink with Tarun and his friends. The next day we explored Detroit and a festival in the downtown area a bit but we'd already decided that we’d prefer to live in Ann Arbor.
On February 9th I attended a talk at Etsy HQ featuring Ovenly- it’s always interesting to hear ...
... favourite was a local country AND western band called Turnpike Troupadours who managed to get the crowd so into it that pairs were splitting off to dance in the fields.
Something quite cool that we were able to do was link our credit card to our wristband thereby negating the need to carry any cash on us. On the flip side this also meant we probably spent more than we intended and on not very good food.
Another anomaly was the festival goers ...
... tirelessly to showcase the many waterfalls and historic resources along the route. The highway was the first scenic highway in the U.S. It is now a National Historic Landmark!
This week we will begin our journey to witness these spectacular sights in Portland. We will travel over the Sandy River to the Historic Columbia River Highway. Lewis and Clark ...
... covering 73 square miles. An elevator descends the length of the Empire State Building in under a minute. We took the 2 mile walk into the cavern, spectacular. Last 2 days we have been in San Antonio in Texas, visited the Alamo and learnt all about the Tex/Mexican war against Mexico to gain independence from the dictatorship of of the Mexican General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna. Davy Crockett and Jim ...
... bottle of wine and continued chatting. Then we walked over to the symphony, which was only another 2 blocks from our hotel, had another glass of wine before the concert started, and then took our seats. This was the first time I had ever been to the symphony, and can’t thank my uncle enough for treating us! It was absolutely splendid, and grand. Kathy was one of 120 choral singers, that were just phenomenal. During “half-time” as we all call ...