Fairfield Inn Detroit Auburn Hills
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... 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 ...
... house where Motown began with an $800 loan, and where the careers of Gladys Knight, Diana Ross, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, and the Jackson 5 were launched, turning the $800 into $20m in a few years. The memorabilia was fantastic, but the highlight was standing in the world famous Studio A, where so many famous songs were recorded. At the end of the tour they even got us all to sing a couple of lines of My Girl, so we can say we've sung there! Well worth the $10 entry ...
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The best stories are usually the most unconventional ones. So our European story starts with me trying to sell my piece of **** car in Detroit. I had posted a craigslist ad for my Chrysler Sebring some time back and had minimal traffic. So how my luck normally goes, I receive an email from a person, we shall call him Ted, looking to acquire a car that day. They offered a little bit less then I had it posted for and needed to purchase ...