Red Roof Inn Detroit Southwest-Taylor
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in the air and scream I DID IT! And I'll know, that I can do anything.
Thank you from the bottom of my soul to all of you who have instilled these thoughts in me. There's no greater gift you could have given me. You all, are my most prized treasure. And please know, that I will be there for you, when it's time for your big adventure, whatever it may be. I love you all so much and I can't wait to tell you all about it.
... Amsterdam, India, Peru and the United States on this trip. People I don't know yet, but hope to come visit in the future. I landed an internship with a start up focusing on fashion blogging and online shoping. It's a completely different field from what I have experience in. I figured why not try a new career move while in a new country. Maybe I will become a vegan lesbian too, who knows. I think I'll call it for my first entry. I'll keep you posted <3
... ice, but they also had a big screen to look at. There were 20337 spectators there and I think there will be more tomorrow and hopefully over 100 000 on New Year's Day. It was a good game even though Grand Rapids Griffins lost against Toronto Marlies in this AHL game. It ended 3-3 and Toronto won after a shoot out. It was super cold, I had to go inside the shop in every period break. After the game ...
... neighborhoods, revitalized apartment buildings and lofts, and burned or abandoned buildings scattered around. Arriving to the Pewabic Pottery store, the parking attendant actually had to punch in a code so we could enter the store. Is Detroit really that bad that nice businesses have to put security codes on their doors?
The Pewabic Pottery was beautiful. My mom bought a gift for Sue and some tiles, and I bought three simple ceramic flowers on metal stems. I'm hoping ...
... old building dating from the 1920's on Woodward Avenue in the Wayne State University neighborhood of Detroit. The 600,000 square foot institute displays massive murals painted on site by Diego Rivera, the Mexican communist painter, an impressive collection of Impressionist paintings (my fave), modern art that is difficult to understand, classic Renaissance art and on and on. We had a light lunch in the Kresge Courtyard and called an end to our ...