Towneplace Suites By Marriott Detroit Livonia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Park Hours 11 - 8
11am - Millenium Force (boys - Cedar Creek Mine Ride/antique cars)
11:30 - Top Thrill Dragster
12:00 - Windseeker
12:30 Wicked Twister
1:00 Lunch at Famous Dave's
2:30 Halloween Hullabaloo
3:30 Skeleton Crew
? PM Howlapalooza, Magical House on ...
... skip it. We fly to Detroit in the morning so we really needed to repack our cases as we needed to re-evaluate what clothes we have as we are heading towards warmer weather in the south of USA. We headed to the airport for a 9.30am flight to Detroit on Delta Airways. We had allowed plenty of time so we could eat breakfast before we boarded. Kevin was 'chosen' for a TSA check so headed off on his own. I had to line up with everyone else and he was through in 5 minutes .... ...
... Delegates being interviewed.
But no, I was the only one!
I had told him that I'd keep it humorous and that it would be interesting, but none of it was about what we'd discussed earlier. And then we discussed Janet's absence, I told how she had wanted to go to London and how she had packed her bag in October... about hospital... about her loss.
I had shown the 'Order of Service' to him and he read Janet's message for ...
... to Lake Huron so we could mark that off our list. We are planning on staying here about a week reminiscing and catching up, doing laundry, getting groomed, doing some sightseeing and just relaxing.
The weather has been really nice. Very cool and we even had a little rain last night while we slept. This is very unusual for Michigan in July and we are grateful.
... the mural of Detroit's history more.
We learned about the Purple Gang and “Blind Pigs,” which were speakeasies in Detroit. We ate at Vivio’s in the Eastern Market. The upstairs was the Jewish Purple Gang’s lair, where they plotted the demise of other gangs in Detroit during the rum running days.
We saw buildings like the Deutsch House, which were specifically built to house illegal activities ...