Hilton Garden Inn Detroit Downtown
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... who work in Detroit and then separate lanes for returning Americans and finally for Canadians like us! The border agent wanted to make sure we had no PEI potatoes on board and was interested in what we did for a living!
We followed our GPS as opposed to the Trip Tik that CAA provided us. That meant that we dropped straight down from Detroit Michigan on I 75 to I-70, but went through ...
An afternoon train at a civilised time, a novelty, continuing on through green fields and small villages, including Kalamazoo ! And so we arrive in Detroit that evening. Our 23rd floor hotel room, with great views of the downtown skyline, is in Greektown (taverna's, olives and Spanikopita !) and is attached by a walkway to the casino. The area appeals to people from an interesting range of humanity. The term XXL is the norm here, even XXXL is by no ...
... the weekend right up until a day before the market. I’ll be able to use the back panels for another cover and will hopefully be able to salvage some of the misprints since many of the bad print areas are on the sides.
On the 5th we saw Joaquin Phoenix’s new movie “Inherent Vice”. We wanted to see “Foxcatcher” but it was sold out. It was a really strange movie in a strange, small, really long also sold-out cinema. We ...
... I even happened to be wearing the Tigers colours so blended in perfectly! The guy who took our tour is a lawyer and runs the tour company as a hobby. He lives and works in Downtown Detroit therefore he is very passionate about the area whilst realistically acknowledging some of the major problems Detroit has and will continue to face for quite sometime. The tour started at a coffee shop and right next door to it is an abandoned building. The gantry blocks off the entire ...
... last year. He had just sent an email this past week stating that. I miss you old SABEH friends, but will think of you often as I explore this year. Do you think there is a mountain in my future Andi Jr.? I am laughing just thinking about all the laughter we shared last year.
At this moment I am relishing in the AC (knowing what lies ahead), waiting on the free drinks and hopefully a gluten free meal. btw...Kerry thanks for the tip on the Mophie. No charging connections ...