Courtyard by Marriott Detroit Pontiac/Bloomfield
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Day 8: The Long Drive Home
At this point we split with the Lys since we wanted to get an earlier start and they wanted to sleep in. When we said goodbye, they were just starting to get up and eat some breakfast.
It was now time for our 8 hour drive home. That sounded short to us seasoned travellers (A few short years ago, a 4 hour drive to Toronto was a LOOOONNNGG drive for us. We are finally ...
... did stuff in the surrounding forests.
We really have enjoyed our stay here. All the places we chose to rent things from were fabulous.
The plan was to leave Saturday morning at 7am. We ended up leaving about 7:45am (I blame the Lys!). We used walkie talkies to stay in touch between our 2 vehicles which worked out pretty well when we lost cell signal in the mountains (plus the Lys don't have a ...
... of frosting sliding down a Cinnabon. We waited literally years to get off the plane (per usual) but stranding felt good. I wasn't sure what to expect at LA airport, but it was not as glamorous as I had hoped. For starters, it was LOUD, crowded and hot as hell. After waiting in the line for the bathroom, we ordered some bar burgers to go and charged up our phones. As I was watching the people pass, I noticed one thing ...
... I tell him that I am leaving on the 4th but if Ted wants to come look at it he can. We speak on the phone and plan on meeting at 7pm, the day before we leave. 7 rolls around and he can't make it. No big deal. He wants to come later and see it. I tell him that I would be packing and getting ready so whenever he wanted. He shows up to the house around 11 pm and we start the car up. Jump start the car that is. It had died. Not a good start to our ...
... to eat a hot dog and cracker jacks and enjoy a bit of iconic American culture. One of the most amazing things to me was our stop at the Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church, the second oldest Catholic Church in Detroit. During the early 1800's when Detroit experienced a Cholera pandemic, this church turned into a hospital for suffering victims of the disease and still shows remnants of the days when it was used as a hospital. ...