Fairfield Inn Detroit Troy / Madison Heights
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Madison Heights
... Greg is making his movie selection and I just popped 2 Benadryl in hopes to sleep this 7 1/2 hour flight away (unlikely, too excited!) Well this is my first entry into this travel journal. Hopefully I will be organized enough to post something each day to share with all of you! Hugs, ...
Boarded the plane at 10:28pm on Tuesday. Had chicken and mashed potatoes for dinner on the plane at 11pm. Read a little and slept a little. Said the flight wasn't much longer than the one to Florida (which means she slept quite a bit!). Didn't eat the breakfast.
We sat around a taco dinner and then
their son Larry, his wife Becky and their two kids turned up to loan
us a jeep for the time we were there to save driving the RV
everywhere. They stayed for dessert and hung out around a fire pit
where there was a lot of smoke, some roasting of marshmallows and
lots of laughter. Great night, in fact it was 11.15pm and we were all
still up chatting. Tired kids tomorrow!
... here?' or ' is it tasting good?'. And they are VERY polite-lots of please and thank you and I'm sorry.Freeways though not always in perfect condition, undoubtedly a reflection of the economy, maybe on a local, level are extremely well marked.There are lots of indications of staunch nationalism, the American flag is everywhere-hanging from shops and windows and front doors of private homes, adorning house fronts and on flagpoles in private ...
... dreamy. The thoughts danced around in my head like LSD ballerinas. I was getting so high on these "What ifs". I decided to apply online. It was July 31st and I set my contract dates for August 22nd until October 16th. Doing something seemingly irrational on a whim is surprisingly cathartic. In the wise words of Tom Petty, "The waiting is the hardest part". Three days pass. Five days pass. Seven. And by nine my optimism is waning. All the while the daily struggle proceeds. Five ...