Holiday Inn Hotel and Conference Center Detroit - Livonia
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... Where his betting stakes come from is questionable. The downtown area of Detroit is thriving by way of Casinos and tourism which is clearly reinvesting in its Phoenix revival. There is pride amongst Detroiters who say they can see a turning point, GM and Ford are back here in numbers. Two jolly police officers we met explained that all cab drivers have been directed to promote the city as they are often the first people that tourists ...
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 ...
... had already prepared to read one of the scriptures Janet cited, then the final song was from that scripture.
I have no idea what tomorrow will bring. The itinerary from the brothers here has me going to the Detroit Zoo, but that really doesn't appeal to me when there's the Ford Museum and a lot of other good stuff in this city. In the earlier correspondence they told me the Ford Museum would be a part of the organised arrangements ...
We have had a great time spending the week in Livonia, Michigan. Sue has ferried us all over the place and we have seen a lot of this area. Wednesday we went to Windsor, Ontario, Canada on a bus to go do some gambling at Caesar's Casino. We didn't win anything but had a good time anyway. It was interesting going across the border and going through ...
... but so had Connie, so there was quite the overabundance of food.
After dinner, we visited and I got caught up on photos and blogging, which I hadn't been able to do due to limited connectivity at Oshkosh.
I stayed up far too late (past midnight), and was awoken at around 2 in the morning by one of the loudest claps of thunder in my life. Finally, I went back to sleep to the sound of more pounding ...