Fairfield Inn Detroit Troy / Madison Heights
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Spent Wednesday night with my husband's aunt and uncle. Put up our big tent to refold it to better fit in its bag (in the very back). Bought a large insulated water jug which will supply us during the day and will take any extra ice cubes when we buy ice. Left Windsor early Thursday morning via the Ambassador Bridge. We had no trouble crossing the border. The bridge is used to high volume so has many lanes ...
As we were driving in the country one day, we passed this cemetery but did not stop. On the way back, I watched for it and, as it came into view, we pulled over. I ...
Checked out of the Ren Cen this morning and headed for meetings at the Cobo Center. The greatest part of these meetings is seeing friends that we really do not see but every 3 years. It's like we were just together last month! Some go all the way back to the first one at Purdue! Time to catch up on grandchildren and such. Michael, ran into Annetter, remember her from Dallas, she is now living in Gainesville, would you ...
On Saturday the 26th, we left Ottawa and headed for Huntsville, for a visit with friends. It was a beautiful drive through farm country with fields of golden wheat, fields of young corn stalks, fields where seed cast a golden haze over the tall green shoots of grass, and fields where it had been harvested and large round bales of hay lay drying under the not-so-sunny skies. And fields of neon yellow, where mustard was growing, were almost blinding to ...
... crazy dream. I went shopping alone, as I have done many times before and went to see a movie alone, also which I have done a few times before. I am okay with doing this alone, but I still have that awkward uneasy feeling like I am being judged or looked at differently for being unaccompanied. Maybe when I'm in Paris at the Louvre I will feel better because (and this holds true for regular old home too) no one really cares and no one is looking at me. Should I even care? ...