Rodeway Inn & Suites
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... appetizers with sparking at the hotel. Teresa found a great little farm to table walking distance away (in Fort Lauderdale - who knew) and we dined on fresh kale salad and small plates of pork tenderloin and antelope medallions. (yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/market-17-fort- lauderdale-3) Tomorrow we head to ...
Today's the day I leave for New York. It's all here, finally. I felt like it would be a great time to update the blog.
I have been so overwhelmed with love these past few weeks. I am so grateful to be surrounded by such supportive, uplifting, loving people. I feel so blessed. I'm not a religious person, but I can't think of a better way to put it, I'm so blessed. Through all the apprehension over the past month, my friends and ...
... the week prior and still get a room. I can't think of a nicer place I have ever stayed! They had a free shuttle to everywhere within a 5 mile radius. The inn is owned by the Detroit Institute of Arts but run by a NGO crackerjack of a woman we never get to meet, Sue Mosey. She is known as the "Mayor of Midtown" and her fingerprints are all over the neighbourhood. She must be part Donald Trump, Martha Stewart and Nucky Thompson, and is a testament to the power of the individual ...
... in front of the General Motors office building, so we went inside. Inside there were some small shops as well as the GM showroom with some pretty amazing cars. We browsed a bit, I bought a t-shirt, and then we headed out to the river.
It was beautiful. The river was blue and clean, and you could see across to Canada. There were people running, and tourists and business people walking. I kept thinking about how nice it would be to live somewhere like this. We walked a ...
... br> 10. Harrietta Elwell (1834-1858) Harrietta Elwell came to Northville with her parents, John and Charlotte, as a baby. She died at the tender age of 23 before her family moved on to Fremont, Ohio, where her father practiced law. They had lived at 122 E. Dunlap and 217 W. Dunlap.