Extended Stay America - Detroit - Auburn Hills - I -75
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... to these long drives!!) so we stopped a few times on the way home:
- Kmart (since we needed a potty break anyway!)
- Cincinnati Premium Outlets in Monroe (sadly, all we walked away with was a pair of shorts from Columbia)
- KFC in Kentucky (OMG it was SO gooooood!! Who knew KFC was sooo much better in Kentucky?!)
- Teppanyaki Grill Buffet in Michigan, near airport (our favorite buffet ...
... made it to our cabin! We were so excited to walk in. The place was beautiful. The photos really don't do the place justice. Very nicely decorated with leather recliner couches and deeply cushioned lounge chairs on the deck. 5 bedrooms on 3 levels meant we had plenty of room to spread out. And they they were pet friendly and welcomed Dim Sum ($30 pet fee).Check out the video we made when we first entered the cabin.
Finally, a quiet day. Up early to get to La Guardia, once I'd flown in there wasn't going to be much in Livonia, a western suburb of Detroit-that is, it is situated in the west, not full of saloons and people with itchy trigger fingers. Though some probably are carrying guns. That makes for a great day, one where I can catch up with photos, blog, laundry, tv, laziness. La Guardia is only 9 miles ...
... with movies in the park, a Ferris wheel, shops and restaurants. We talked to the information booth and took some brochures about Segway tours in the local area and some other bits and pieces. Andrew went into a pet store and is looking for a souvenir collar and a neckerchief for Jazzy. We continued through the city and Jason pointed out some great places to eat and visit. We had our final stop in Millennium Park where we saw really cool sculptures that ...
... a friend, someone to work beside them in a relationship. People who respect them and honor them while we shared laughter, tears, hugs, stories and resources. And of course our love of Jesus. What we all discovered was we were looking for the same thing. Will I go back? Absolutely! Not because of how I affected the people of Haiti but because how they changed me. I have brothers and sisters in Haiti. Would I recommend others to go? Absolutely, ...