Residence Inn Detroit Troy/Madison Heights
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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On our way to Asia to visit and assess the client facilities in Malaysia. Hoping to see a number of sites in the off hours in Kuala Lumpur. Tonight's flight is a connect with my colleague Mike in SFO. So far both of our flights delayed. (Insert frown ...
We stop at a Chevron for gas which costs $45.92. For breakfast, Buddy and I went to a vegan restaurant named Seva. We Tofu scrambled eggs, fruit, and 2 blueberry smashes. Afterwards, we visited the Detroit Institute of Arts and saw some amazing portraits. We then visited the Motown Historical Museum. I was pleasantly surprised to see a shelf dedicated to the great ...
... property no longer exist but the 2 pine trees he planted along the road frontage are huge and stand side by side with other large trees. the grounds are beautifully maintained with lots of trees dotted throughout the well kept lawns. The old timber house is still lovely and is now surrounded by a handsome black wrought iron fence. Funny and enjoyable evening sitting around till late with Gary and Margie, the men getting funnier and ...
... was stamped all across her face, and in that moment i stood there in the restaurant and admired her pure beauty. "You should totally come, Danielle! Come out and meet us in Yellowstone."
I drove home later that night, blaring some From Indian Lakes. Her words were small pins, prodding into my flesh. One by one manifesting ideas and potentials. Was this the moment had been looking for? I felt like my life here was becoming one big cliche. And well, ...
The traffic was typical Friday rush hour . . . on the portion of I-75 . . . Monroe to Detroit . . . lots and lots of trucks . . . and lots of nuts rushing to work . . . or their death . . . or both . . . with fate the chooser!! Traffic was light at the Ambassador Bridge . . . . There were only two car lanes open to clear Immigration/Customs for Canada . . . and we selected the shortest AND slowest line!! It never fails!!