Residence Inn Detroit Pontiac/Auburn Hills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... and oh so yummy. Matt goes nuts over the teppanyaki. His favorite meal!)
It ended up taking us 12 hours to make the "short" 8 hour drive. So much for our plans to get home early!
So this is the final detailed budget tally. Turned out to be a pretty low-cost vacation - especially since we did many "bucket list" activities that are typically super expensive.
... made it to our cabin! We were so excited to walk in. The place was beautiful. The photos really don't do the place justice. Very nicely decorated with leather recliner couches and deeply cushioned lounge chairs on the deck. 5 bedrooms on 3 levels meant we had plenty of room to spread out. And they they were pet friendly and welcomed Dim Sum ($30 pet fee).Check out the video we made when we first entered the cabin.
... 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, ...
... open during a storm and the car had taken on a lot of water and immediately after proceeded to bake in the hot sun, giving the car this very unpleasant rainforest meets dirty gym clothes aroma, and both bumpers are safely secured with zip ties.
At this point he is in. He wants the car. We agree on the price as negotiated and he takes a large wad of bills out of his pocket and begins to count. He hands me the bills and we take care of a little paperwork. It is ...
When I tell most people that I am from outside of Detroit, they respond with tales they heard on the news about the downfall of the great Motor City and how it is now a city of theft and murder and how they would never have any interest in going there. I smile to these accusations, as they are speaking as though they experienced it themselves. It's no use arguing. But what they don't understand is Detroit, while not the city is used to be in ...