Hilton Garden Inn Detroit-Southfield
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12F when we awoke can't imagine what 75F even feels like any more. Packed up the car and headed to the airport with our car and house sitter Miss Elizabeth in tow. Our flight was delayed slightly by de-icing however we were soon in the air and heading to warmer climates. Checked in at the hotel (bags all arrived!) ...
... had needed the other to wait. After a change of bus I was through some of the suburbs and left with a 2.5 mile walk to the motel, passing wide empty parking lots but mostly operating businesses. Not quite the Detroit badlands, but not a thriving metropolis either. I was there bang on the 3.00 check in time and lounged, before wandering back whence I came for some shopping and dinner. Glorious empty ...
... up for the days anticipated activity of a trip to the zoo. After a couple of texts from Andy and a brief discussion we decided that we would go to the zoo on Thursday and go to the shopping mall today. Once Andy had got back from work and we'd had some ham sandwiches (can't say no to a bit of flat nosed cow) we set off to the mall. On the way to the Mall Gill pointed out that we would drive past 'The Palace of Auburn Hills' which is where the Detroit Pistons (Basketball) ...
... headed back to the outer area and once again waited for the shuttle, in the cold, getting splashed on every time a vehicle passed overhead, until it arrived. At the hotel, after checking in and saying our goodbyes, I headed to my room and took a very warm shower and fell asleep at around 3am.
At 8am I started the process of heading back in after breakfast to catch my new flight and hoping this one would go smoothly...and it did.
... in the USA by Hispanics than in Mexico, some American Polish celebrations or traditions were not followed in Poland.
One example is the eating of Paczkis (fruit filled donuts) on Shrove Tuesday.
Another example is celebrating the day Kosciuszko lead an uprising that defeated Russians and Prussians. The celebration that includes an officer in armor riding a white horse would not have taken place in ...