Comfort Inn & Suites
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Good bed and better pillows. The receptionist was very friendly and helpful
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Departed Niagara Falls after a leisurely breakfast in the hotel. It was raining so we thought it good weather for travelling. It was Thanksgiving in Canada so shops were closed - except for good old Walmart and it was a super centre so we decided to see what everyone was talking about. Didn't see any 'characters' as such, but everything seemed well …
... appetizers with sparking at the hotel. Teresa found a great little farm to table walking distance away (in Fort Lauderdale - who knew) and we dined on fresh kale salad and small plates of pork tenderloin and antelope medallions. (yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/market-17-fort- lauderdale-3) Tomorrow we head to ...
... I didn't expect Jalapenos in the Mac n Cheese so that was, unfortunately, changed for chips. Afterwards it was a case of a bit of mooching round the nearby shops, grabbing some alcohol and some sweets (gotta love them Mike and Ike!!!). So it was back to the house for a few more drinks, watch a bit of TV catch up a bit more before hitting the hay...
Once again I apologise if this is a bit mundane and family oriented but I hope you understand why.
... but this area and the mall aired of elegance like Mazza Galleria and White Flint in their day. CLEARLY more "citified" (as Billy would say) than the relaxed, laid-back, sporty, casual, college town of Ann Arbor.
Ann looked great, I'd have recognized her anywhere! She seemed happy with a subtle elan and very content with her comfy suburban life. It was great to have the chance to re-connect.
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