Extended Stay America - Detroit - Madison Heights
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Not relaxing but very good. We went to a place called Westborn for lunch which is like a fruit shop that has a cafe in it. But instead of being served the food you go and pick it yourself. I had a tomato and veggie soup and Andy a chicken Caesar salad. Very delicious! Spent the afternoon at Henry Fords home called Fairlane and a mere 1300 acres then just drove around looking at the general area - it was raining again, but not too ...
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 ...
... the ancestors of modern Aboriginal people arrived by sea 50,000-60,000 years ago. They are know by many different names, Noongar, Katta Djinoong, Baranbinja, Irukandji and Thaua to name a few. Before 1788 Australia was populated by many groups of these people speaking approximately 700 different languages, they lived in harmony with the land and their creation was known as The Dreaming. Their Dream Stories are varied and have been passed down over time.
We're in an OK room of an obviously oldy Comfort Inn of Windsor, Ontario. I guess we shouldn't complain as we probably qualify as oldy guys even if we like nice stuff with HD TVs and connections... WiFi is so far acceptable but the TV was bought in another age. That's OK since we're not here to watch ...
... There is a large bridge that takes you from Detroit onto the island. The island has a fountain, arboretum, playgrounds, picnic spots, ball fields and more. The family reunions were huge, featuring custom tee shirts and signs to direct family members where to find them. We headed back to downtown Detroit to find some dinner. This proved problematic as a Tigers baseball game was about to start and all of the restaurants were full. We drove the ...