Holiday Inn Farmington Hills/Novi
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... and oh so yummy. Matt goes nuts over the teppanyaki. His favorite meal!)
It ended up taking us 12 hours to make the "short" 8 hour drive. So much for our plans to get home early!
So this is the final detailed budget tally. Turned out to be a pretty low-cost vacation - especially since we did many "bucket list" activities that are typically super expensive.
... plan so this let us keep yapping during the whole drive).
The last bit of the drive took us through the Tail of the Dragon, the most famous touring road in North America. It sure was a twisty drive! Unfortunately, Matt and Esen both got a little nauseous after a while so it eventually became a difficult drive. Took us over an hour to get through the Tail.
After a bit over 12 hours on the road, ...
... spoke of the donations of people to keep the
church. Support does not come from the
church, the diocese or the city. It
comes from stubborn people.
I kept thinking about my
non-religious friend, Chris, who accompanied me to St. Mary's College one day
and watched me while I walked the Stations of the Cross. For her, the church and all its symbols meant
nothing. So why would Detroit people hold on to ...
... in the coastal city of Durban. I cant ever remember a time when I had a choir singing to me while I was brushing my teeth or taking the first **** in the morning, but it definitely added a certain ambience to the morning. Today I ventured off to take a stroll down the beach, which in Durban is set up as a main attraction as the boardwalk goes on for miles, with kids playing, families walking and numerous sand castle artists trying to attract tourists to look at their master pieces and ...
... hosts any longer. Needless to say we were also getting tired and still had to make out way to Auburn Hills.
Although is was short it was very comfortable and easy to talk. The two younger boys, Anthony and Joseph had both grown considerably and had they not told me which was which I'm not sure I would have been able to pick them out.