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... 20 hours of flight/airport time ahead of us today. We are now in Detroit with an uneventful flight. Mia and Hannah are climbing the walls with a 5 hour layover--we have ridden the elevated tram and figure we can ride it about 10 more times before ...
... in the clouds because the rain came shortly after. It wasn't a real heavy rain but enough to cause the fans to don raincoats, open umbrellas or seek shelter in the concourse. Unlike in Baltimore the game continued ... even with multiple lightning strikes within a mile of the stadium! I couldn't believe they allowed it to keep going. One strike hit a building on the other side Ford Field (the Lions' stadium) in plain view of the home plate ump. The inning was extended ...
... to look at Jon's former one-room school, now expanded and nicely maintained as a library with an additional building being a community hall. An old red painted hand pump remains but the grounds have been extended to include play equipment. I managed to get the reluctant lad to stand in from to of the school building for a cute pic! proceeding past the former old Mill we come to the house, set much closer to the little road than either of ...
... couldn't even get out of the stadium until I had to go back. So I left when it was 2 minutes left of the second period. It was a good game, despite all snow and breaks to get snow off the ice. And it was amazing to see all this people, a new world record, 105 491 people watching the game. Which is the biggest crowd ever watching a game of hockey. The game ended 2-2, but after a shoot out the Leafs left as winners. It took some time to get out of there after the game. But ...
... 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 ...
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