Hampton Inn Detroit / Utica - Shelby Township
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It is with both joy and sadness that we begin in earnest our journey back to Canada. Joy at seeing friends and family again, and settling down in our own home and work duties, and sadness at soon leaving this marvellous experience behind.
Today was rather misty but we made a valiant attempt to get a sense of the vast expanses of waterfront parkland the city of Chicago has preserved and ...
At my retirement dinner in late April, I
told you about my plans for my "retirement trip." Well, those plans
have become a reality.
I left Windsor on August 29th, taking
Via to Toronto where I met my friend from the UK at Pearson Airport. We
then headed back downtown, which was a challenge because of the
construction, but we did ...
We did it, we've quit our jobs and are taking an extended trip around the world. Who does that? We've always been responsible, do the right thing, kind of people and this is not a "responsible person” kind of thing to do. People our age don't just pick up and go around the world...or do they? In April, right before we got married, Patrick mentioned taking some time off to travel the world, thinking I'd say no....well surprise, surprise, I ...
9. Thomas Fox (1818-1848) Fox was a Methodist Circuit Rider, who married the daughter of David Rowland, Cornelia. He succumbed to the rigors of the circuit rider’s life at the age of 30. His widow later married a furniture and casket maker. She survived them both. They had lived at 106 East Dunlap.
... spoke of the donations of people to keep the
church. Support does not come from the
church, the diocese or the city. It
comes from stubborn people.
I kept thinking about my
non-religious friend, Chris, who accompanied me to St. Mary's College one day
and watched me while I walked the Stations of the Cross. For her, the church and all its symbols meant
nothing. So why would Detroit people hold on to ...