Extended Stay America - Detroit - Madison Heights
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Greg is making his movie selection and I just popped 2 Benadryl in hopes to sleep this 7 1/2 hour flight away (unlikely, too excited!) Well this is my first entry into this travel journal. Hopefully I will be organized enough to post something each day to share with all of you! Hugs, ...
Boarded the plane at 10:28pm on Tuesday. Had chicken and mashed potatoes for dinner on the plane at 11pm. Read a little and slept a little. Said the flight wasn't much longer than the one to Florida (which means she slept quite a bit!). Didn't eat the breakfast.
... we clicked way back then and have
stayed in touch. We've watched their 3 kids grow to adulthood and
start families of their own, all 3 of our kids have been born since
we first met. But this was the first meeting in person. So lovely to
finally get to hang out. It felt like family straight away. They took
down the basketball hoop on their garage and our RV fit into their
driveway so we can stay safely parked up in ...
... more coffee, Gary, cracking jokes, doesn't want us to leave, dear thing! Jonny mutters 'if I stay here any longer I'll become a Republican' and later, ' he won't let me leave till I say I 'm a Republican'-we all laugh-we make no secret of our politics.
More observations- the towns and freeways are full of 'restaurants', a term used differently in USA than at home, where fries and hamburgers and big sandwiches predominate, the ...
... thrusting yourself into a new terrain, and that thing i sought so desperately…..the unknown. Eighteen years old, and a thirst for life. Did she seek something to? I sat there practically drooling as she tells me about driving across the country, arriving at Gardiner, Montana and entering the Northern Entrance of the park. "It's supposed to be a pretty liberating experience." She proceeds to tell me about Xanterra, a company responsible for running the national parks. ...