Hampton Inn Detroit Belleville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... Friday was another harvest day, and a much easier one than the friday before, since I had some idea of what needed to be done. For the most part it's pretty tedious work, either picking the veggies or washing them in giant tubs of water to sort out insects and grass, as well as clean them. This time, though, I got to help package a few things for a change of pace, and I got to witness an unlucky mouse being crushed to death my a milk crate. ...
... we did an absolutely abysmal job protecting our furniture (especially the nice dining room table and chairs). We won't speak of the incident that already occurred with one of them (two, really).
But, last night, we got everything into the pod, locked it, and proceeded to toss the rest of what we owned or stuff it into either one of our offices on campus or the car, which shall remain in Michigan while we're ...
... the front of the car was hanging off and nearly touching the ground on one side. Fabulous!!!
Chris and I proceeded to take turns lying on the disgusting parking lot ground rubbing our A's tops in black grime trying to see where the screws were (or weren't). Chris wanted to just remove the whole thing but I ended up being able to kind of shove it in so it was at least secure temporarily.
Since everyone had already ...
... s economic problems and social unrest in Detroit saw a flood of people fleeing to the suburbs even though they might come back on Sunday to worship in their former parish. Detroit was at its largest with 1.8 million people in 1950. It is down to a little over 700,000 people today. Now many of the parishes are Hispanic.
These churches are a tribute to the faith and industry of those immigrants who built not only their church, but ...