Courtyard by Marriott Detroit Troy
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Park Hours 11 - 8
11am - Millenium Force (boys - Cedar Creek Mine Ride/antique cars)
11:30 - Top Thrill Dragster
12:00 - Windseeker
12:30 Wicked Twister
1:00 Lunch at Famous Dave's
2:30 Halloween Hullabaloo
3:30 Skeleton Crew
? PM Howlapalooza, Magical House on ...
We dropped the RV at the arranged depot south of Seattle and the girl there kindly gave us a lift into out hotel ... Clarion near the Seattle airport. Usually hotel check in is after 3pm and as it was only 9am we were surprised our room was ready. We settled in and then decided to get a taxi to the Museum of Flight about 20 minutes away. WOW .... This place was incredible. Having a Dad that was in the airforce and also was an aircraft engineer for his entire life, means I ...
... chatted for a couple of hours. Very hard for Chris to be back in her old house.
Afterwards we went and had lunch together which was really nice and relaxing and we talked about our past, our present, our future and our children, families and work.
We had a few laughs and a few tears as we reminisced about things that had happened in our lives .... it was so ...
... I will need to pick up a new international SIM card and check in at my hostel (St. Christopher's Inn near the London Bridge and the Tower of London). I will also need to pick up my London Pass, which is a ticket that gets the ticket holder into a large number of attractions for free and you get to skip the line!
After these things are done, London is my oyster.
... never been doubted. Jeep displayed most of its models, but I felt weak in my knees looking at the Rubicon. My dream of owning one just got renewed. In the similar category Ford was a force to reckon with. Its super duty and the F-150 wore a look of ten African buffalo’s. Other interests were the Chevy Camaro in fiery yellow, which was united by five more colors. The ‘Maybach Zepplin’ in its eternally elusive ...