Magnuson Hotel Detroit Airport
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... appetizers with sparking at the hotel. Teresa found a great little farm to table walking distance away (in Fort Lauderdale - who knew) and we dined on fresh kale salad and small plates of pork tenderloin and antelope medallions. (yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/market-17-fort- lauderdale-3) Tomorrow we head to ...
... was flu sick and not let me get on the plane. I did manage to keep some pretzels down and had ginger ale which helped. I signed off with Marlin and headed to the gate. The sky club there was really nice and they had sushi, I passed on it...probably a good thing. I boarded my next flight and as soon as I hit the seat I was out cold! I woke up as we were descending into Shanghai. I was feeling much better and the flight attendant came over and asked me if I was ...
... 4:45pm, we crossed into Michigan and Eastern Standard time making it 5:45pm. This is our 4th time zone in the US so far in as many weeks! It was getting dark and starting to rain. We had to stop at Jackson which is in the middle of Michigan for gas and Burger King before we finally started driving into the outer Detroit suburb of Romulus. We checked into a hotel across the highway from the airport where Steffie's best friend Steffi was set to fly into the next day. It ...
... started producing tractors. This was followed by glass-making facilities. In 1927 auto production started at the Rouge with the Model A. Ford had acheived ore-to-car integration although they still bought many parts from a minimum of 6,000 outside suppliers. The complex eventually was 1 1/2 miles wide and more than a mile long. There were 93 buildings totaling over 15 million square feet with 100,000 employees. A new car ...
Flight #2: Atlanta > Detroit, B737, 160 seats
A short flight with only one story. Halfway through the flight the co-pilot asked if there were any doctors on board and if so, for them to come to the front to assist. Three people scurried up the skinny aisles. It was like out of a movie. I couldn't tell what was wrong. One lady several seats in front of me was using sign language to try to explain ...