Hilton Garden Inn Detroit Metro Airport
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We arrived at the Detroit Airport at about 6:30 pm, got checked in, and they gave me a hard time about getting my boarding pass for the Paris to Lyon leg. However our tour director made a little noise and secured it for me. The taxi picked us up right on time and delivered us to the slots in Clinton where are bus was waiting for us. From here we went to Exeter, on the Grand Bend for more ...
Here it is in numbers. Pretty neat to look at.
10 new states
3 Big Cities
5 State Capitals
4 Small (western) towns
11 or more different attractions (historic, natural or amusement)
25 plus different restaurants.
237 gallons of gas.
12 different beds per persons
... time you look at them they remind you of hooves Note to self #7: Have water, wine and decaf at the same time is perfectly acceptable! "Hydrate, lubricate and be caffeinated" may be my next motto! It is movie time....Bridesmaids it is! I have no idea what time it is EST: I slept and slept well. I Did manage to get in about 5 hours of sleep and when I woke up I felt awful. I felt car sick. I was smart enough to cut off the wine early and how I was feeling ...
... section full of early trains, a jet car and a huge scale model railway track complete with Willis Tower and the Seattle Space Needle. In one corner was a full size recreation of a cobblestone street and shops from the turn of the century and a makeshift coal mine. Steffie and I were getting hungry, so we went down to the basement food court which was huge and braved the crowds for lunch. We didn't have time to go back up because the Omnimax Movie was about ...
... the turn of the last century. These including water-powered grain mills, sawmills, glass blowing shops, machine shops, tin shops, a cider mill, a theater, pottery and weaving, many of which include demonstrations or at least knowledgeable people you can talk to.
I enjoyed the village. I just wish it had been 30 degrees ...