Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Roseville/Detroit Area
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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!) ...
... for Tel Aviv on Sunday :) I found out yesterday I'll be living in an apartment with 10 other people. It's going to be insane and beautiful. My work is less than half a mile from my apartment, so I can walk or bike there in less then 10 minutes. I'm super relieved! But before that comes, I'm off to spend a couple days in the big city. Sending love and kisses to all of you. Know that I carry you with me where ever I go.
... weary head and as I stood in the hotel room I kept insisting that the building was swaying, it was just me. All my do-over Monday consisted of was napping and fish tacos at a place on Fishermans Wharf, maybe if there is a next time, it will be more momentous.
We stayed in the city by the bay for four days and managed to squeeze in a bit more sightseeing. We've only taken two Hop On Hop Off bus tours during the course of our trip one at the start in Dublin and one ...
... through the Leland'. The latter is a formerly grand old hotel that looks to be begging to be explored. It is very faded, not very welcoming as you enter at street level, with reception up the grimy stairs, and looks as though it is being used as much for housing as hotelling. The welcome at the diner was warm, though. After my burger and a quick listen to the conversation between owner and customer: "it weren't more'n thirteen dollars" "mmm-hmmm," I scuttled back to the greyhound ...
... Village grounds. The Greenfield Village is a historical village of old homes rebuilt on site. The village has streets and businesses just like back in the early 1900's. Model T cars are driving all around the village. There is an old train that takes visitors on rides around the grounds. Greenfield Village features special areas dedicated to Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Harvey Firestone, and the Wright brothers. Each area showcases ...