Crowne Plaza Hotel Auburn Hills
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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12F when we awoke can't imagine what 75F even feels like any more. Packed up the car and headed to the airport with our car and house sitter Miss Elizabeth in tow. Our flight was delayed slightly by de-icing however we were soon in the air and heading to warmer climates. Checked in at the hotel (bags all arrived!) ...
... been there to encourage me. I have always been a home body. I never went away to camp, I never wanted to be away from my mom, from my home, from my dog. But at 25, the time felt right for me to go off and have my big adventure. I'm going to have the most amazing adventure, I'm going to see so many things, I'm going to meet people from all over the world, I'm going to succeed at my internship and living abroad. In the end, I'll raise ...
... at home in N. Qld, hearkens back to our days on the farm but this time, concurrently and repeatedly over a few minutes, is accompanied by an eerie two-note rising and falling, siren-like sounding, so utterly unfamiliar in quite the same way as the sound of the mini-earthquake experienced in Hydeaway Bay a few years ago. Thoughts flash through my mind as I try to interpret the sound, a warning siren? for what? a disaster of some sort? and then ...
... sun. Very easy walk to this area. Then afterwards climbing Cathedral to the Saddle is fun and beautiful in the morning sun. Cathedral Rock is touted to be a superior place to experience the majestic Arizona sunrises! It is suggested that you start out about 45 minutes before sunrise to make sure that you get to a good vantage point - See more at: ...
... which was then the second busiest shopping district in the nation. Walking through the neighborhood at that time, you could feel the hospitality and smell the fine cooking typical of the European villages.
In 1976, Mr. Pilecki's cellar beer garden became the Polish Village Café. His tradition of welcoming immigrants and their descendents continues to this day.
Dave and I had Kielbasa for lunch. It ...