Extended Stay America - Detroit - Auburn Hills - University Drive
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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 ...
... to try some infamous eateries. My family enjoyed a classic Five Guys burger (which they confirmed IS " the best $5 burger a man can get") and I ate at Astoria Bakery, the very reputable bakery in Greektown on Monroe Street. Canada looked nice from the river. Too bad I still have a couple years before I can cross the bridge to actually enjoy Caesers... On this trip #CaySeesItAll in Detroit, ...
... granddaughter), Jimmy (their son) with his wife Sue and chldren Kendall, Eric and Nathan and friends Kim and Carl. We skyped aunty Irena, uncle Heniek, their children Ania and Gosia and granddad Romek. It was a remarkable experience of meeting 3 generation from Poland and 3 generations from the USA, all coming from the same Niestrój family. We could see that both sides of the family were really touched.
The next day we went to visit Kim and Carl's farm to ...
... nicely open question, but it occurred to me that, despite his admiration for rugby, we are nations separated by both our common language and our totally diverged sports cultures. Athletics is about the only one that we compete in at similar levels-having so few popular sports in common is surely uncommon for us around the world. Whatever the truth of that, I wasn't far from a resounding "how about that local sports team, eh?" I had two hours to kill before my bus, and wandered into ...
Considering that this was 'only' an outlet mall it was still absolutely massive and I think safe to say it was bigger than the Trafford Centre. Gill told us that it was that big that there is actually a 'Great Lakes Crossing Outlet Walking Club' who meet every week and walk laps of the shopping mall. One of the first places that Andy took us was a hunting shop which I thought was a little bit strange but everything became apparent when we walked inside and saw a ...