Radisson Detroit-Bloomfield Hills
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The end of our journey is in sight!! We stayed near Detroit on Tuesday night and crossed back into Canada at Sarnia and headed down to Point Pelee - Canada's most southern point before going to Shiela and Rob's last night. Although it is our country's most southerly point, the weather was cold and windy!! Today we are on our way to St Catharines for a quick visit with Grandma ...
... The locals tell me this restaurant used to be a hotel. Bodies are now buried under the property from years ago when deceased family members couldn't afford to move the bodies to a different cemetery. I ordered their "blank canvas" pizza and added my own toppings. (Thank you for having green olives). Dinner was good, thankfully no spirits interrupted my meal :) My last day consisted of heading ...
I've done it again: created a summer blog after the intense
popularity of my touring chronicles with Missoula Children's Theatre
This new travel blog follows my experiences
returning to ma Ville-Lumière (Paris, France) with my parents, and then
becoming a summer resident of Glasgow, Scotland as I immerse myself in
the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama's Greek Theatre ...
I have the travel bug.
This website doesn't help.
I've been spending hours raking through the internet for things I need to see, do and explore. I know we're playing alot of this trip by ear (we're good at it, both Marc and I are fairly easy going when it comes to travel). I want to do a lot of Urban Exploration on this voyage.
Our last trip was rushed, we knew it the point was soley to get to our destination and we were pressed with time. This trip we have ...
The rest of the trip from Kansas to Bloomfield took a few days but consisted more of visiting friends and family than touring. I was not quite done with my birding fix though and my Aunt in St. Louis told me I HAD to take a detour up I-67 towards the town of Alton to view the nations second largest population of Bald Eagles. With the confluence of ...