Comfort Inn Utica
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... for Tel Aviv on Sunday :) I found out yesterday I'll be living in an apartment with 10 other people. It's going to be insane and beautiful. My work is less than half a mile from my apartment, so I can walk or bike there in less then 10 minutes. I'm super relieved! But before that comes, I'm off to spend a couple days in the big city. Sending love and kisses to all of you. Know that I carry you with me where ever I go.
... it over with my mom, with friends, with Israeli's, all of who had different things to say. In the end, I know it's my decision whether I go to Tel Aviv or not. One wise person told me, "if everyone backed away from the fear of threats like this, Israel wouldn't exist. Keeping your chin up, and showing support by being there is the greatest gift to them, and yourself, that you can provide." Nailed it. I wont give in to my fear about going. It's ...
... of Republican/Democrat jokes as almost all of Jons American friends vote Republican. July 2One of the little treasures from the previously mentioned antique shop was a small garnet ring which I took to a local jeweller to have resized far more economically than at home. However much to my amazement and disappointment the stone fell out within hours, fortunately not lost so back to the resizing place but the jeweller isn't in yet. Upon ...
... the Detroit Tunnel is the 27th ranked attraction, but it’s all we have to go on. The inn is a national historic site, about 2 miles from heart of downtown – and also in the heart of the academic/cultural district. $135/night - VERY very nice, beautiful, comfortable, huge rooms, meticulously restored, high quality silent AC, peaceful, a free gourmet breakfast, outstandingly friendly staff. IF you ever go to Detroit this is the place to stay. We were lucky to ...
... as if it was a forgotten war zone.
Because the streets were narrow, we drove slow, and when we drove past homes with people sitting outside, they stared because we very clearly were from out of town. Yesterday when we went to look at my grandparents' homes, we were the only white people for the entire drive, but I didn't feel out of place. Today I felt like we were intruding. We didn't belong and it made me sad because of the state things were in. Kids played ...