Fairfield Inn Ann Arbor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... lived in as a boy, his first factory, Thomas Edison's laboratory and the home and study that Daniel Webster lived in when he completed the first Webster Dictionary, the court house the Abraham Lincoln practiced law in, and hundreds of other parts of American History. To really see all that there was to see would have taken more than one day but we did a good job seeing most of it. ...
... is going to save me from jet lag. :)
We tried to pack light knowing that small, light bags would mean our travels will be much easier and more enjoyable. We've definitely done some packing and unpacking and re-packing hoping that we've got the right combination of items to keep us comfortable without weighing us down. I'm not convinced we've mastered it just yet. Any thoughts on what ...
... So we were queued early . . . got to board early . . . didn't have to walk very far down the track to our car . . . and were able to face in the direction of travel (sometimes you have to take a seat facing in the opposite direction . . . not the preferred setup!).
We picked up a couple of bakery items in the station . . . and after the train got going . . . I agreed to retrieve a coffee for me and a couple of milks for ...
... boarding for seniors! YEAHHHHHHHHHH!!
We got boarded and found some seats . . . and the ride was uneventful (except from some child screaming further back in the car . . . thank you, thank you for headphones and ear plugs!!). The train arrived in Ann Arbor on time!
Cole and Tammi were there to meet us. On the way home we stopped in Dundee from some supper--good ol' Bob Evans!!
... about our arrival. And I must say, having spent most of our Odyssey time in rural or suburban settings I was concerned about whether I had happened to mentioned the 18 foot trailer in our rear-view mirror…since Nancy told me they were "right in the city" of Ann Arbor. But alas, no concern….”you can park it right in front of the house.” (Turns out ...