Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Detroit Warren
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Park Hours 11 - 8
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... downtown Seattle by train. The Sea Tac (from Downtown to Airport) station is right outside our hotel. Once we where in the city we found the Pike Street Markets and had lunch and a wander around the shops. This is the place where the fish shop sellers throw fish at each other hehe. We found the monorail and headed to the Space needle and Hendrix Music Museum (EMP) but there was a concert or something on there that required tickets and as we had been inside before we ...
... businesses appeared closed or if open they certainly did not look inviting. Homes that had obviously had a fire some time in the past were left standing-- it seemed like people just walked away from their homes but they stood there in whatever state or experienced vandalism after they walked away. It seemed to us that the impact of the downsizing of the auto industry was pretty evident still in Flint.
... from Detroit. We walked along the Detroit River. Very pretty and more interesting characters. Matt later told me how he gave a few characters the hairy eyebrow as they looked like they were ready to rob us. One of them had his eye on my purple Coach cross body bag from New York. What cheek! All it took was for Matt to shake his head at them and they reconsidered - thanks Matt!! Matt is tall. And muscular. Very handy. Leigh and Andy both gave ...
... church are old wooden row houses for immigrant workers trying to make a living in Detroit. And across the street is a beautiful house that was turned into a boarding house during the depression. The original wooden slot doors with scars from the locks and the original wooden floor are remnants of times that have passed. I am not sure if the Gaelic League sponsors this walk every year, but if they do, it is definitely worth your time.