Fairfield Inn & Suites Detroit Metro Airport Romulus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Romulus
... 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, ...
... area...well you are smaller than I am, but I may attempt a head stand to help with the whole cankle issue.Well I think I will be fine up here in Business class...Did I mention I am on the upper deck of this flight? I am tempted to start playing with buttons, but I do not want to eject myself. Before we took off Capt. Frost came out and greeted us and was talking about how Delta has refurbished these planes and the chairs turn into beds...****...I forgot ...
... that they had on. Oh and jersey shore too!! Our connection flight is in Amsterdam and we have 2 hrs between flights. I hope the passport control is quick. That took forever coming here. We got through the control with 20 Minutes before we had to be at the gate. We made it after a major session of power walking! At the gate you go through more security and why wouldn't my bag get searched. If they attempt my checked bag, I have no idea how they will get it back In there. ...
... labeled as a place you weren't supposed to stand, and lean against the statue while he took a picture. I wandered out of the gallery to see if there was a guard nearby that I could have keep an eye on them. I didn't see anyone. I wandered back into the gallery and the father was rubbing the canvas Chevy by Edwin Henry Landseer. I instinctively said something like, "What are you doing?" (Actually, I'm ...