Red Roof Inn Detroit St Clair Shores
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Another awesome day travelled back from London caught up with Frances and Mick & Adrian then went with April & Rob to Detroit in the USA to see the Detroit Tigers v Chicago White Sox's great! Bad result but it was still great ate a hot dog sang the song in the 7th innings stretch and got home at 1 the next ...
... cabin, 30 for hotel
Rafting - 65
Jimmy Johns - 15
Tubing - 12
Gem mining - 20
Horseback riding - 90+20 tip
Groceries - 15
Groceries - 5
Fishing - 6
Wonderworks - 78
The Diner - 45
KFC - 15
Total - $1226
Activities - $291
Food - 255
Gas - $250
Cost per day: $136 (9 ...
... plan so this let us keep yapping during the whole drive).
The last bit of the drive took us through the Tail of the Dragon, the most famous touring road in North America. It sure was a twisty drive! Unfortunately, Matt and Esen both got a little nauseous after a while so it eventually became a difficult drive. Took us over an hour to get through the Tail.
After a bit over 12 hours on the road, ...
... This part of his early years prompted his desire to see the places once more.
We had no set plans after that so when we read about a sandy beach and a bay on St. Clair Lake, the lake in between Lake Erie and Lake Huron, we headed there. I didn't even know there was a lake between those two Great Lakes and it is not a small lake as you cannot see the other side of it. ...
9 months or 39 weeks or 273 days...no matter how you look at it, packing one backpack and a small carryon to travel the world for that amount of time is rather daunting. I've read advice in travel books, studied the blogs, been a frequent visitor to various outdoor clothing websites and now that our departure date is tomorrow I'm ready to pack.
What I've learned:
- Pack what I would ...