Hampton Inn Detroit / Utica - Shelby Township
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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.
... Pacific, Hawaii, and spent several vacations in Italy and this year was no exception. Another 36 day cruise. Annalia asks every year if I will visit her in Torino and this year I thought "Why not." First John and I will visit Georgina and Gerry on the 18th in Hamilton, Ontario for a few days and then I will leave for ...
... br> Inside was pretty nice, the kids seemed to be treated the best there with the Tiger carousel and I think there was even a Ferris wheel. We had read the Chicago Dogs were about the best thing to eat there (as the 'signature' food was Little Caesars Pizza ...no thank you) and they were not bad...pretty authentic topping-wise.
As this might be our only time seeing our home team we treated ourselves to some pretty good ...
... the pictures that follow that the members of these parishes contributed greatly to building beautiful Gothic churches filled with marble, statues, murals, and high quality workmanship. The pastor of Sweetest Heart of Mary walked the neighborhood with a replica of the building going door to door to ask for contributions. Parishioners in all of the parishes were hard-working, blue-collar laborers, and they made great sacrifices to ...
we’d been shot down. It was a joyful
reunion for mother and son. I felt
blessed that I’d had these days alone with my son.
Japan in its current state is a far cry from the
historical Japan. In
every museum here, are countless stories of local, regional and global battles
in which staggering numbers of people were killed. I think it is safe to say that World War II