Hampton Inn & Suites Sterling Heights
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The end of our journey is in sight!! We stayed near Detroit on Tuesday night and crossed back into Canada at Sarnia and headed down to Point Pelee - Canada's most southern point before going to Shiela and Rob's last night. Although it is our country's most southerly point, the weather was cold and windy!! Today we are on our way to St Catharines for a quick visit with Grandma ...
... heart of Detroit. I was warned of where to and where not to go. First stop: Renaissance Center. I wanted to dine at the Coach Insigna, but I had to catch my flight by the time they opened. Instead, I took the what-I-call metro [but what locals call "people mover"] around the highlighted areas of Detroit. It had several stops - Broadway Station and Cadillac Center Station just to name two. I hopped off ...
... modern (albeit still in the 1900s) school followed by the Logan County Courthouse which was, allegedly, where Abraham Lincoln practiced law before he become the 16th President of the United States of America. Next up was an exact replica of Edison's Menlo Laboratory. Rumour has it that when it was completed Henry Ford invited Edison to check out the replica and he said that it was an exact replica (even down to the slant in the floor). It's ...
After driving for 5 hours straight through from Chicago we finally get to Hitsville USA at ten to 5 only to be told that they're sold out for the day! What??? So we explain that we came all the way from London England and hey presto the guy squeezes us into ...
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