Extended Stay America - Detroit - Sterling Heights
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- Free parking
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... good day out and I'm sure that there was so much we didn't manage to see (and not bad for $24 even though they tried to charge me $5 to park!!!).
After tea we had a few games of Uno (Evie won as she won 2 of the 3 games) which reminded me a lot of when I was growing up as we used to spend time playing games in the evening before bed. All in all a good time was had by all today as my time in Detroit (Rochester Hills) sadly comes to its end :-(
... headed back to the outer area and once again waited for the shuttle, in the cold, getting splashed on every time a vehicle passed overhead, until it arrived. At the hotel, after checking in and saying our goodbyes, I headed to my room and took a very warm shower and fell asleep at around 3am.
At 8am I started the process of heading back in after breakfast to catch my new flight and hoping this one would go smoothly...and it did.
Flight #2: Atlanta > Detroit, B737, 160 seats
A short flight with only one story. Halfway through the flight the co-pilot asked if there were any doctors on board and if so, for them to come to the front to assist. Three people scurried up the skinny aisles. It was like out of a movie. I couldn't tell what was wrong. One lady several seats in front of me was using sign language to try to explain ...