Auburn Hills Marriott Pontiac at Centerpoint
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... to these long drives!!) so we stopped a few times on the way home:
- Kmart (since we needed a potty break anyway!)
- Cincinnati Premium Outlets in Monroe (sadly, all we walked away with was a pair of shorts from Columbia)
- KFC in Kentucky (OMG it was SO gooooood!! Who knew KFC was sooo much better in Kentucky?!)
- Teppanyaki Grill Buffet in Michigan, near airport (our favorite buffet ...
... plan so this let us keep yapping during the whole drive).
The last bit of the drive took us through the Tail of the Dragon, the most famous touring road in North America. It sure was a twisty drive! Unfortunately, Matt and Esen both got a little nauseous after a while so it eventually became a difficult drive. Took us over an hour to get through the Tail.
After a bit over 12 hours on the road, ...
... no one had any idea where they were going. Walking a few steps, checking phone, turning around and then "pulling over" to stop and check more closely to where in God's creation their gate was. Once we sat at our gate, the fire alarm went off and stayed on for a good 25 minutes. At one point I thought the beeping was getting softer but then realized I was just losing my hearing. I didn't even care! I'm on my way ...
... transaction. He test drives it and comes back 5 minutes later. Actually impressed that it drives so much better than it looks. At this point in time, the car has to be jump started to getting the engine rolling, the breaks are on the last leg and make a very peculiar noise that I believe is designed to say "hey buddyI hope you don’t have to stop quickly", the driver side door lock is broken so you have to get into the car through the passenger side, the windows ...
... church are old wooden row houses for immigrant workers trying to make a living in Detroit. And across the street is a beautiful house that was turned into a boarding house during the depression. The original wooden slot doors with scars from the locks and the original wooden floor are remnants of times that have passed. I am not sure if the Gaelic League sponsors this walk every year, but if they do, it is definitely worth your time.