La Quinta Inn & Suites Detroit Utica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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An afternoon train at a civilised time, a novelty, continuing on through green fields and small villages, including Kalamazoo ! And so we arrive in Detroit that evening. Our 23rd floor hotel room, with great views of the downtown skyline, is in Greektown (taverna's, olives and Spanikopita !) and is attached by a walkway to the casino. The area appeals to people from an interesting range of humanity. The term XXL is the norm here, even XXXL is by no ...
This is where it all began and will ultimately end. Our first leg had us rolling out in the late afternoon after family assembled to party for 2 days and then send us off on the third. We saw Renata's aunt, Vicki, whom brought us a photo album. Her mom and Arnie (her mom's boyfriend) helped with the final touches on the Burro and many ...
... threat of traffic, my mind began to wander. I reflected on the myriad of experiences Maura and I encountered while meandering over 600 miles through the state of Michigan. Images of azure blue Lake Michigan and peaceful sandy beaches floated through my mind's eye. We enjoyed our folksy visits to small towns in the Upper Peninsula, the ...
... to complete. These can easily draw my attention, energy and anxiety and this morning I printed my tickets for the various legs of the journey with little difficulty and called it quits to focus on my experience with myself and my parents. Smart choice Hilary, even though I still have my taxes to do and a day and a half left to go :) Today my mom and I went to Verizon, I got a water proof and hopefully monsoon proof cell phone case, and we spent ...
... called “the Spanish ghetto.” Art proudly showed us where he used to own an apartment building, which was burned down and leveled shortly after he sold it. See the field below. The funniest part of our day was when we went into the corner “party store,” a convenience store that used to be one of Art’s old haunts. The cashier woman got a kick out of us, though our interaction was ...