Extended Stay America - Detroit - Roseville
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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On our way to Asia to visit and assess the client facilities in Malaysia. Hoping to see a number of sites in the off hours in Kuala Lumpur. Tonight's flight is a connect with my colleague Mike in SFO. So far both of our flights delayed. (Insert frown ...
... from herbs and spices and even rolled his own pills, the blacksmith, Wrights bicycle shop - where Orville and Wilbur Wright developed their ideas for the aeroplane and the Mortuary complete with a hearse pulled by horses. The American homes and neighborhood settings, from humble early dwellings like the 1650s Plympton House and 1750s Daggett Farmhouse, to the 1840s Susquehanna Plantation and the 1930s Mattox House. They included homes the slaves would have lived in, ...
... To end our first night in Detroit, both of us went to this popular bar named the Old Shillelach where we ate nachos ($5.35), played pool, and had a great time. The following morning, we went to Starbucks and had mocha frappuccinos and cockies for $10.76. To start the day, visited the famous Monument of Joe Louis and then went to the Campus Martius Park where we ...
... year to do the same. At the end of the second year, though, Denis stayed on as he had finished school and helped the farmer with additional crops and then the turning of the soil as the last duty before the winter set in. He was permitted to continue living in the little trailer where the family stayed while there and first secured a job in Ridgetown and then one at a tobacco plant ...
... modern (albeit still in the 1900s) school followed by the Logan County Courthouse which was, allegedly, where Abraham Lincoln practiced law before he become the 16th President of the United States of America. Next up was an exact replica of Edison's Menlo Laboratory. Rumour has it that when it was completed Henry Ford invited Edison to check out the replica and he said that it was an exact replica (even down to the slant in the floor). It's ...