Extended Stay America - Detroit - Farmington Hills
Travel Blogs from Farmington Hills
... there are so many people we are not going to get a chance to see before we get on the road. Our sincere apologies for that and we hope people will not hold it against us.
Today's goal is to finish packing clothes in the camper or storage and to empty the shed. Hopefully we achieve ...
... our way through river town and downtown.
After a good 15km walking around all day we were pretty hungry and we wanted to stay local, we found an Irish pub called Nancy Whiskey. They welcome every new patron with a free shot. We had a pretty good burger then after having another beer bought for us headed back to the hostel for an early night after no sleep at a 7am bus ride to look forward to.
... happy to see that we made it without any trouble. Thank God for maps/directions on the iPad to get us from the apartment to church to the motel and back again. The freeways have directions with names of cities that we do not have in our minds yet. We will have to have a quick geography lesson before going too far. The news yesterday carried reports of how freaked out LA was over the closure of the 405...I think they were mocking us!
... else and how. The farm was empty that night and it was only Tase and I so I joined him to watch some movies. While watching introduced himself to me and asked me if I wanted to go on a hike tomorrow in the mountains. Since this is what I was planning on doing, I agreed. However I was warned that it would be an intense hike and that if I didn’t think I could handle that I should not go. I told him that I would try my best and I thought that I would be able to handle it. So in ...
... Touchdown Jesus, who looks down upon us sinners, locked in his Cubist eternity on the library wall, and we see the hallway where Sean Astin tries to quit when Charles S. Dutton calls him, "…five-foot nothing, a hundred and nothing…" Rudy inspires yet again; it’s a beautiful school, if rigidly traditional, and walking through, eyeing the courses littering the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking