Extended Stay America - Detroit - Auburn Hills - Featherstone Rd.
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The end of our journey is in sight!! We stayed near Detroit on Tuesday night and crossed back into Canada at Sarnia and headed down to Point Pelee - Canada's most southern point before going to Shiela and Rob's last night. Although it is our country's most southerly point, the weather was cold and windy!! Today we are on our way to St Catharines for a quick visit with Grandma ...
... heart of Detroit. I was warned of where to and where not to go. First stop: Renaissance Center. I wanted to dine at the Coach Insigna, but I had to catch my flight by the time they opened. Instead, I took the what-I-call metro [but what locals call "people mover"] around the highlighted areas of Detroit. It had several stops - Broadway Station and Cadillac Center Station just to name two. I hopped off ...
... give me a leg up in my future career because I will have been exposed to a variety of different parts of the hospital.
On top of what I have gained from this trip personally and educationally, I have also gained culturally. Seeing the Kenyan culture has made me so much more thankful for what I have been giving in my life. I have realized that things come so easily to me here, and that they are so much ...
... row next to the bathroom (it was a ****** seat - Hiyoh!) I'm not too chatty of a guy, especially when Uncle Stomach is still in recovery mode, but what a cool way to start my trip. We talked Jesus, kids, churches and seeing God's will in your life. Pray for her and her career direction if you would.
Next stop, Nagoya airport (Toyoyama Town, Aichi prefecture) in Japan. It's a 13 hour flight. That's a lot of peanuts.
... group would grow to a few hundred without a church near them or as members of a church whose different ethnic members did not welcome them. This group would go to the bishop and request a parish, find a priest of their ethnic background, and begin to build. Most began with a simple structure that placed the church on the ground floor and a school on the second floor. All of these beginning churches soon grew to number thousands of members ...