Palace Inn Auburn Hills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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Today is our last day of preparation before we head out to Cincinnati for our high school summer mission trip with the Franciscans for the poor. The adult leaders have already picked up the rental vans and have been driving them around to get used to the new vehicles. Two mini vans for Andy and Joe and I get the shiny new SUV. Tonight most of our group will be ...
Always love the early morning call for a snow day but we are now 'enjoying' the 4th one and kids have reached their ninth. Temps don't look like they will improve much for tomorrow so that might be the tenth day for LO and we haven't even reached February yet. Kelly and I are headed to ikea once the morning traffic dies down. We changed our kitchen and the drapes don't make the walls anymore. $80 to do cabinets and about ...
Quote of the day: "Maya just said she can't believe we sold our rv for donuts. But then she said they were really good so it was totally worth it!"
Today was momentous. It was the pinnacle of what we're doing with our lives this year. This was the day that, once finished, we couldn't simply turn back & say, "Oops, just kidding...we don't really want to do this!", dust ourselves off and go back to life as it always has been.
Today I went to the Gm building. It was huge. I always wanted to visit this building because I have always like old american cars like Pontiac and Chevrolet. It was a huge building. It had three towers to it and a main entrance.
The American car industry is in trouble today ...
... the Polish
Market, which was filled with items from Poland. A visit to the Polish Art Center offered a
demonstration of making traditional Polish Easter eggs and a lesson on why the
flag of Poland has an eagle on it and carries the colors of red and white. The Polka dancers cancelled at the last
moment but we did visit a fur store and the workshop of a craftsman from Poland
who was in the process of making two different colored ...