Holiday Inn Express Romulus / Detroit Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... to try some infamous eateries. My family enjoyed a classic Five Guys burger (which they confirmed IS " the best $5 burger a man can get") and I ate at Astoria Bakery, the very reputable bakery in Greektown on Monroe Street. Canada looked nice from the river. Too bad I still have a couple years before I can cross the bridge to actually enjoy Caesers... On this trip #CaySeesItAll in Detroit, ...
... like trying to go to the bathroom, not puke and sweat like you just did cardio. I may have walked out of there looking awful but I felt a little better. I made my way to the area with plugs to make sure my phone was charged. Here I finally got a wifi signal and was able to connect with Marlin. He was beyond worried and was encouraging me to talk to the staff and see if they had motion sickness meds. I decided against it because I did not want them to ...
... was not a white person in sight. It was definitely a different slice of American life where there were shops with bars on the windows and people hanging out on the street corners bumming around. We felt much safer to get back onto Highway 94. We avoided Highway 90 because of the tolls and it was only a few miles longer to go on HIghway 94 instead.
We crossed into Indiana at 4pm and although I like to get a souvenir pin from every state, it wasn't really ...
... was to build ships for World War I. Things didn't really get started until 1919 when the first coke oven battery started operating. This was soon followed by blast furnaces, a foundry, which at the time was the largest on earth, steelmaking furnaces, an electricity generating plant and rolling mills. Eventually, most Model T components were produced at the Rouge River Plant although assembly was done elsewhere.