Knights Inn Madison Heights
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I am starting this blog for a Mission trip that I am taking to Thailand in February 2016. Our group is a medical, dental, chiro trip to care for the people of northern Thailand. Centered in Chiang Rai the trip will be 10 days in support of the ...
Up at 6 today. Pulled over by 8:30 for being in the wrong lane. The cop was also a DOT officer and very chatty...he told us all about the foreclosed house he just bought...he also said Jp does a nice job with his log books. Detroit is boarded up, burned out, and run down. Huge buildings with no windows left...every other house abandoned.... Jp and Caleb delivered in a rather wealthy subdivision outside of the city. I laid on a furniture pad in the shade of the truck and read while Jp ...
... we clicked way back then and have
stayed in touch. We've watched their 3 kids grow to adulthood and
start families of their own, all 3 of our kids have been born since
we first met. But this was the first meeting in person. So lovely to
finally get to hang out. It felt like family straight away. They took
down the basketball hoop on their garage and our RV fit into their
driveway so we can stay safely parked up in ...
... in his brother's class a couple of years ahead of Jon at university waited for 2 hrs in a bar in the main street to see him before we finally arrived. Really nice guys and again a lot of laughs and catching up.
Designated an Historic Village dating from 1838 and full of beautiful gracious old timber homes in leafy green streets , it is even lovelier than 20 yrs ago. The main street is adorned with huge baskets of mostly red and ...
... the week prior and still get a room. I can't think of a nicer place I have ever stayed! They had a free shuttle to everywhere within a 5 mile radius. The inn is owned by the Detroit Institute of Arts but run by a NGO crackerjack of a woman we never get to meet, Sue Mosey. She is known as the "Mayor of Midtown" and her fingerprints are all over the neighbourhood. She must be part Donald Trump, Martha Stewart and Nucky Thompson, and is a testament to the power of the individual ...