Americas Best Value Inn-Detroit/Dearborn
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So this story has to be tired for the faithful...
1:30am.. two days from start of 2500 mile sailboat race across the pacific. Lets see .. you could write this by now right:
- Big family reunion tomorrow so no ability to get anything done
- Leaving on 3pm flight Sunday
- Haven't packed anything - really don't have much of a list for ...
So it was time to get home to see Joanie and Bella. We waited a LONG time in Union Station, enough time to get in trouble for feeding the pigeons and to talk to a Mennonite woman on her way to Texas with the whole family of 12. All aboard the Eastbound Wolverine to Hammond-Whiting, IN, Michigan ...
... display was a moving tribute to Rosa Parks. On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks boarded a bus in Montgomery City and refused to give her seat up for a white man. This action inspired a new era in freedom and equality for Black Americans. Also in the display was the Lincoln Chair, which was the actual chair President Lincoln was assassinated in at the Ford Theatre in 1865. A huge display of America's founding principles including the Declaration of Independence, which ...
The French, who established Fort
Shelby, founded Detroit. An officer
whose last name was Hamtramck commanded the fort. His name was given to the city of Hamtramck,
which today is almost completely surrounded by the city of Detroit. Hamtramck was 90% Polish in 1970 but was only
22% by 2000. The Polish were the major
ethnic group in Detroit by the late 1950's.
Today they are the third largest group.
While we were in Florida we visited the summer home of Thomas Edison and learned about his close friendship with Henry Ford. Mr Ford also also vacationed there and they would often go camping together, even though Mr. Edison wasn't really the outdoors sportsman. It was said that Mr. Ford gave Mr. Edison a Model A Ford. As other upgraded models were produced, Mr. Ford ...