Red Roof Inn Detroit Troy
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We arrived at the Detroit Airport at about 6:30 pm, got checked in, and they gave me a hard time about getting my boarding pass for the Paris to Lyon leg. However our tour director made a little noise and secured it for me. The taxi picked us up right on time and delivered us to the slots in Clinton where are bus was waiting for us. From here we went to Exeter, on the Grand Bend for more ...
... from the 1920's to mid-1960's. Combined with the creative and artistic output of Motown, this place was the city of dreams, where men had jobs for life, housing was cheap and everything was on the up.......now magnificent art deco buildings with tile facades stand boarded up and covered with graffiti, alongside empty office towers and warehouses. I wasn't surprised to see tumbleweed.
To me this city is the ...
... br> 3 cowboy hats made in China
5 wet bathing suits
20 glasses wine or other sanity beverages
2 accents (Fargo/Minnesota and ND/Montana/Wyoming)
7 dollars in tolls
1 runaway toll (we had to pay online-just learned how)
45 different licence plates
4 National Parks
3 Mountain Ranges
We arrived at the hotel around 10:15 am. The boys were very happy to see each other. Even though it was not very warm out, we decided to take them to the zoo. We are so glad we did. It was cold, but there are many indoor heated attractions in between the outdoor ones. It was Saturday, but there were not very many people out at all. Not being elbow-to-elbow with other tourists is ...
... in my Shire: a new job, finishing my Master's Degree, a new relationship, a highly coveted (yet unsuccessful) job opportunity, work conferences, continuing education classes and so on and so forth. But, in this past year, failing to find a full-time job, in conjunction with a number of other personal factors, lent the necessary motivation and opportunity for me to travel.
Providing fuel to the spark was the realization that in 3 months I will ...