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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... lived in as a boy, his first factory, Thomas Edison's laboratory and the home and study that Daniel Webster lived in when he completed the first Webster Dictionary, the court house the Abraham Lincoln practiced law in, and hundreds of other parts of American History. To really see all that there was to see would have taken more than one day but we did a good job seeing most of it. ...
... a walk around the KOA swimming pond before the thunderstorm struck. We did our rain dance on the Kabin porch, pleading with the Rain Gods to wash away the stifling humidity. Inside the cabin with the AC blaring, we continued our game of Rummy to infinity and beyond.
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... up for the days anticipated activity of a trip to the zoo. After a couple of texts from Andy and a brief discussion we decided that we would go to the zoo on Thursday and go to the shopping mall today. Once Andy had got back from work and we'd had some ham sandwiches (can't say no to a bit of flat nosed cow) we set off to the mall. On the way to the Mall Gill pointed out that we would drive past 'The Palace of Auburn Hills' which is where the Detroit Pistons (Basketball) ...