Extended Stay America - Detroit - Warren
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The end of our journey is in sight!! We stayed near Detroit on Tuesday night and crossed back into Canada at Sarnia and headed down to Point Pelee - Canada's most southern point before going to Shiela and Rob's last night. Although it is our country's most southerly point, the weather was cold and windy!! Today we are on our way to St Catharines for a quick visit with Grandma ...
... to try some infamous eateries. My family enjoyed a classic Five Guys burger (which they confirmed IS " the best $5 burger a man can get") and I ate at Astoria Bakery, the very reputable bakery in Greektown on Monroe Street. Canada looked nice from the river. Too bad I still have a couple years before I can cross the bridge to actually enjoy Caesers... On this trip #CaySeesItAll in Detroit, ...
... in the English gardens or sit and try to meditate in the Japanese garden. I continue to bring all of my favorite people here. Today was 65 and sunny and turtles were soaking it in popping up on logs, geese were begging and creating their nests, people were strolling and fishing and the bees were finding the newly opened blossoms. My mother and I found each other over a conversation on our convergent yet dramatically different world views. She coming ...
... d been in the states a little too long. When I first arrived in Rochester Hills I was unable to finish a complete meal whereas at Red Robin (Yum) I managed a mahoosive burger (double patty), two portions of chips and a desert (oh the shame).
We finished that off and when we got back I finished my packing and tried to watch the end of the Tigers game but it ended up going to 14 extra innings so I called it a night and had an early night as I had my flight to Vegas to catch tomorrow.
... split off to form another church or, in most cases, built a bigger church and school.
The churches we visited were St. Florian (Polish), St. Albertus (Polish), Holy Cross Hungarian, St. Anne de Detroit (French), Most Holy Redeemer (Irish), St. Josaphat (Polish), Sweetest Heart of Mary (Polish), and St. Joseph (German).
While Holy Cross Hungarian has only 450 registered members, people come from all over Michigan, Ohio, ...