Holiday Inn Express Belleville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... everything, warts and all. The taxi ride with Richard, a retired Military Cop, was quite an eye opener. Richard took him to where he grew up, on the west side of Detroit. The previously thriving residential area was more or less a ghost town. Once quaint timber clad, front porched houses, were mainly burnt out shells or overgrown with vegetation. Occasionally two or three houses, seemingly huddled together, hang on and carry on living. On the ...
We ended up forgetting a few things that were noticed at the Sam's Club we were stocking up at, so we had another departure around 6 pm est. We drove until early evening, stopping often at Cracker Barrel (wasn't open) and White Castle. As we got sleepy, we then stopped near Indianapolis at a Flying j to sleep among the semi ...
... After a very rough night sleep-wise last night, we set out early this morning on the drive to Detroit, from which we fly tomorrow at noon on our way to Taiwan. I'm quite excited and have no idea what to expect. Part of me has lumped it in with Japan, but I know that's rather foolish. It'll be a pleasant surprise.
We will keep updating this space regularly -- more so during the actual vacation-y bits of this trip.
... I plan. Or maybe I should phrase this more accurately, *I* love travelling the way I plan. My family is happy as long as I do not have the following conversations with them 2 months before the trip: "Should we do Swahili Swirl before or after Tanzanian Twister?" They are content if I tell them 2 minutes before, "Now, it's time to go on Tanzanian Twister".
This is why I love travelling to Disney....there are ultra-nerds like me there and I can ...
... to eat a hot dog and cracker jacks and enjoy a bit of iconic American culture. One of the most amazing things to me was our stop at the Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church, the second oldest Catholic Church in Detroit. During the early 1800's when Detroit experienced a Cholera pandemic, this church turned into a hospital for suffering victims of the disease and still shows remnants of the days when it was used as a hospital. ...