Extended Stay America - Detroit - Auburn Hills - University Drive
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... who work in Detroit and then separate lanes for returning Americans and finally for Canadians like us! The border agent wanted to make sure we had no PEI potatoes on board and was interested in what we did for a living!
We followed our GPS as opposed to the Trip Tik that CAA provided us. That meant that we dropped straight down from Detroit Michigan on I 75 to I-70, but went through ...
As we were driving in the country one day, we passed this cemetery but did not stop. On the way back, I watched for it and, as it came into view, we pulled over. I ...
... and vintage display cases. I was greeted by old Gus and a group of men sipping on their first coffee of the day and munching on donuts. Gus was laying dollar bills on the counter in neat little stacks, meticulously counting his cash drawer. When I paid for my second breakfast, he looked up ...
... to my distant family as well as my intellect and mind creating a structure of the tools that I have and use for healing while receiving more from Tibetan Buddhism and the land, people and cultures of the places I'll be visiting. I will be learning to know and trust my knowing more deeply in these mostly unknown places finding and receiving what comes my way and opening to more of what is inside wanting to be lived out through me. ...
... point where he receives a call from his brother letting him know that he had just been pulled over while driving his girlfriend’s car and the police had impounded the car. He decides to give his brother a lecture in the middle of the street by yelling and calling him a (insert four letter expletive here). I am almost enjoying the comical situation I had somehow gotten myself into but Molly may have felt a little different about it. At this point I am very eager ...