Courtyard by Marriott Detroit Metro Airport Romulus
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... 10 guys including my great friend Scott Tenkel whom without his support I would never had this opportunity! A big thanks!
Once we arrive in Honolulu, I'll be greeted by Mom and Dad who've never been to the islands and are going to enjoy a week and a half of vacation with me there.
Many of you know I've been prepping for the Transpac ocean ...
Well, made it to the airport despite the horrible back-up on Orchard Lake Road.....we were lucky enough to be "chosen" for TSA PRE CHECK", which means we didn't have to remove our shoes, coats, or even empty our pockets! Went right through...that was a treat. I've always been told we were the chosen ones! A full flight to ATL, then a layover and finally, our flight ...
... no trouble getting to the airport and dropping the car off. Tickets....well that is another story. They have kiosks that you print out your baggage tags and boarding pass. Marlin's boarding pass was not marked as priority and that led to a long line wait for security. Leave it to me to have the beeper go off and need to get patted down. I had earrings and rings on and no other wire unless the suspension system in my under garment counts ?!? ;) Nice way to start the am. ...
... additional elevator installed. They're trying to reproduce Henry Ford's office and the room where the Model T was designed but information is sketchy. They do have an impressive collection of early cars, many of which were built at this plant, but not a whole lot else. You do get some sense of Ford and automotive history but not as much as I was hoping ...
... up my baby nephew and dragged him along for the ride. I am such a good aunt. The drive was worth the trip alone. Fall leaves are starting to pop up and everything is glowing in reds and oranges. Growing up in Arizona, I have never seen such colorful scenery. After eating some ice-cream on a foggy day and purchasing a rubber duck fashioning a Scream mask, we headed back home.
The next day was spent ...