Extended Stay America - Detroit - Auburn Hills - University Drive
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After a rather interesting breakfast we headed out to the Henry Ford Museum - which is much more than just a car museum. There were trains, planes, of course automobiles. Furniture, farm machinery, women's rights, civil war info - I can see why they say it takes a day to complete - it's huge. After a few hours walking around we'd seen pretty much all we wanted to. On the way home Andy saw a cheap massage so that's where we spent the ...
It is with both joy and sadness that we begin in earnest our journey back to Canada. Joy at seeing friends and family again, and settling down in our own home and work duties, and sadness at soon leaving this marvellous experience behind.
Today was rather misty but we made a valiant attempt to get a sense of the vast expanses of waterfront parkland the city of Chicago has preserved and ...
Departed Niagara Falls after a leisurely breakfast in the hotel. It was raining so we thought it good weather for travelling. It was Thanksgiving in Canada so shops were closed - except for good old Walmart and it was a super centre so we decided to see what everyone was talking about. Didn't see any 'characters' as such, but everything seemed well priced. Continued on ...
Back in Michigan again with my parents in their beautiful, big home in the land of cars, gentle low hills and strip malls. I found home again in my heart today a few times while sitting among spring ephemeral flowers in a bog garden with my mother and while dancing my heart out with local Dance Meditation Technique guides and while talking with dear friend Bill Phiffer. Being back where I grew up in Franklin Village, among the suburbs of metro Detroit surrounded by ...
... tank top, cardi and purple trench coat weather. (If you've seen my purple trench coat, you'll know that it's all talk, no shovel. This means it's cute but not really warm.) This morning I went outside to see how cold it was. Mathew asked me how cold it was - I told him it was purple trench coat weather - not big black coat weather. I don't know if it was any help - I don't think he ...