Extended Stay America - Detroit - Auburn Hills - I -75
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... flecie. Wszystko było dokładnie tak jak w amerykańskich filmach. To był bardzo udany wieczór.
Następnego dnia polączyliśmy się na skypa z moimi rodzicami, Justyną i Kamilem. Flo miała okazję, aby dowiedzieć się paru dodatkowych rzeczy o rodzinie Niestrój i historii Polski z okresu międzywojennego.Wieczorem poznaliśmy resztę rodziny - Hannah (corka Beth i wnuczka Jima i Flo), Jimmy (ich syn) z ...
Here it is in numbers. Pretty neat to look at.
10 new states
3 Big Cities
5 State Capitals
4 Small (western) towns
11 or more different attractions (historic, natural or amusement)
25 plus different restaurants.
237 gallons of gas.
12 different beds per persons
... for lunch at a diner. It is as post-apocalyptic as the rumours suggest. Lonely Planet is absolutely right in saying that Americans will greet news that you're heading to Detroit with a raised eyebrow and some crack about drugs and/or death, though the guidebook is at pains to point out that many exciting things are happening. Not yet in downtown, they're not. The atmosphere was set mainly by the huge Stalinist block that towered over the view as I looked into the city. Had I not ...
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Detroit zoo has the honour of being the number one attraction in Detroit on trip advisor and I can definitely see why. The zoo itself is absolutely massive and you really do need most of the day to see all of the animals. We had over 5 hours and were still rushed when it came to the end. The zoo itself has the usual suspects such as Camels, Snakes and Zebras but it also has some animals that I hadn't seen ...
... the same. I also loved that communion and the words amen an alleluia were universal. After every song the entire congregation said amen, instead of clapping or cheering. I loved that this is the same in all languages. After over three hours of service, we walked around downtown, headed home for lunch, relaxed for the afternoon and then headed out to see one of the local beaches. The beach was beautiful! ...