Inn at the Michigan League
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... heart of Detroit. I was warned of where to and where not to go. First stop: Renaissance Center. I wanted to dine at the Coach Insigna, but I had to catch my flight by the time they opened. Instead, I took the what-I-call metro [but what locals call "people mover"] around the highlighted areas of Detroit. It had several stops - Broadway Station and Cadillac Center Station just to name two. I hopped off ...
Tami and I landed in Detroit and had some time to burn. We decided to do a Tabata training to earn our beers that we would have. Tami did her sets and I did mine. Once we were done we realized we had an audience. Apparently, working out in the middle of an airport is not a common occurrence. ...
... History is huge, four floors in a building that covers nearly three blocks. There is so much to see, you could spend several days there. The museum even has its own Library of Natural History. I can't begin to describe all we saw, but there was one section in particular that was awesome. The collection of birds, hundred of birds, so close you could see every feather. ...
... particularly when it's an amped up crowd during a great football game. Next, I wasn't thrilled with the constant playing of Seven Nation Army by the White Stripes when the band should have been playing. Unfortunately, it is becoming more common in the college football landscape to blare music over the loudspeakers rather than letting the marching band play. Rating - 9 of 10.
Fans - I wore a Notre ...
... Nile and here are this pictures that tell the rest of the story. (WISH you could have seen the traditional dancing I actually just LOOKED UP "CONNIPTION" and it honestly says "hysterical" -- and it was.
We are surprised to say the least by the number of deaf and/or blind pets we have encountered ALREADY on our trip. "Monk" this adorable pooch is 16, and is the forth one." ...