Sheraton Detroit Novi
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... this area new, detached houses are being built by individuals moving to the city. Deterioration of Detroit occurred after the car industry left town and drugs became the currency. Other industries followed the car industries and left town and the city literally went bankrupt. Black on black murder and violence became the final disintegration. Law and order disappeared. Richard lived through this, losing family members and friends. We move over to ...
We ended up forgetting a few things that were noticed at the Sam's Club we were stocking up at, so we had another departure around 6 pm est. We drove until early evening, stopping often at Cracker Barrel (wasn't open) and White Castle. As we got sleepy, we then stopped near Indianapolis at a Flying j to sleep among the semi ...
... and played soccer, but mainly volleyball. Nati and Erin we're in the same grade and we all clicked immediately. One we found out they lived in the subdivision behind us, we we're inseparable. Their whole family came over for Thanksgiving and from then on we we're always together doing something: watching soccer, playing soccer, riding bikes, breaking bikes, doing chores, watching movies, babysitting, rollerskating, eating pizza, eating Brazilian food, drinking ...
... place to eat at our lunch stop called Panera Bread. Had some really good and healthy (for once!) food. I had chicken noodle soup and a cherry danish. Tonight show went down like a storm yet again, the Americans really do love it and we always get a standing ovation. Didn't really get many pictures today as there wasn't much to see but looking forward to the next couple of days going to Memphis, Tennessee, the home of the ...
... neighborhoods around the Eastern Market, Indian Village, and Highland Park (these are sort of south of where we were in Hammtramck on our last tour) and drive along the shore through Grosse Pointe. These neighborhoods were first established as French “ribbon farms” which were narrow but long plots of land that gave each family access to water for irrigation.
The area developed from farms to estates for the wealthy ...