Red Roof Inn Detroit Southwest-Taylor
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... who work in Detroit and then separate lanes for returning Americans and finally for Canadians like us! The border agent wanted to make sure we had no PEI potatoes on board and was interested in what we did for a living!
We followed our GPS as opposed to the Trip Tik that CAA provided us. That meant that we dropped straight down from Detroit Michigan on I 75 to I-70, but went through ...
... walked over and immediately got big tears in my eyes. It was a Cemetery for War Dogs.
Boy, if you've ever had a dog, you'll feel as we ...
... Not long after they called for priority boarding and we made our way to the line, got out our passports and waited. Little did I know I'd be boarding the MOTHER of all planes. This thing was massive! And brand spanking new. It's a double decker, with flat screens on the back of every seat, USB plugs and earphone jacks. On the seat is a personal pillow, blanket, eye mask and ear plugs . Being the snoop I am, ...
... are fleeing and there is some friction between Detroit and the cities that circle it.
This Brightmoor neighbourhood can be visited virtually in Google street view, but it doesn't do the impact justice...the best way to describe this is being caught in the middle of a zombie apocolyspe movie. This is a typical suburban hood with modest houses and then all of a sudden... crack looking houses, boarded up houses, burned down houses - or in an interesting twist "green" spaces ...
... The Polish Village Cafe in town.
In 1925, Mr. Pilecki built a 31 room gentleman's hotel with a rathskeller at 2990 Yemans Street.
The hotel was home to their rich customs and trades to the city of Hamtramck.
In the 1940's and 50's Hamtramck's population surged to over 50,000 as more immigrants arrived to man the city's factories. The Bakerstreet car line took people north and south on ...