Extended Stay America - Detroit - Sterling Heights
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The Carlson roots tour has begun. Despite an early morning wake up of 3 am, we were able to make it to the airport and get checked in with no problems. I'm not sure we are all really awake yet but Mia is anxiously awaiting for the restaurants to open. ...
... tigers lurking above on either wall. The entire exterior of the stadium has gargoyle like tiger heads, with a glowing baseball in their mouths, high on the walls. The back wall of the stadium even looks like a tiger's cage you would see in a zoo. Once inside the tiger attack continues. Two tigers flank the "Tigers" shaped screen atop the scoreboard, kids (and a couple adults) walk around with tiger face paint and the kids' carousel doesn't have horses but ...
... property no longer exist but the 2 pine trees he planted along the road frontage are huge and stand side by side with other large trees. the grounds are beautifully maintained with lots of trees dotted throughout the well kept lawns. The old timber house is still lovely and is now surrounded by a handsome black wrought iron fence. Funny and enjoyable evening sitting around till late with Gary and Margie, the men getting funnier and ...
As the trip comes to an end it seems bittersweet and sad to say goodbye. Goodbye to 10 of the most amazing people I have ever had the opportunity to know. While it really isn't goodbye because we will see each other again it is the end of our journey. We won't wake in the morning complaining about the rooster or share a hug, thought or prayer. We are now on our own to process what we have just experienced. As I reflect back a bit on the trip, ...
... to America.
Since Poland was often invaded by its neighbors and made part of other nations or empires, many Poles in “Poland” prior to WW I often identified themselves as “the people who live here” rather than by the ethnicity of the nation that had conquered them. It was in coming to America for work or to escape conscription that the Polish-American culture developed.
Just as Cinco de Mayo is ...
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