Wyndham Garden Romulus Detroit Metro Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... zones (which didn't really slow us down much). The land remained flat (like Essex county where Windsor is situated) - mainly cornfields with the occasional soy bean field. Went through a small bit of Ohio and then Indiana. Large antique stores are very popular in this area. Crossed in Illinois and spent time at the Visitor's Info Centre to determine which State Park to try and what to see in the State.
... walked over and immediately got big tears in my eyes. It was a Cemetery for War Dogs.
Boy, if you've ever had a dog, you'll feel as we ...
... This new chapter of my life is an adventure I hope to grow from. I'm about to head to Seoul, South Korea as part of my masters curriculum. As a rough itinerary, I plan to hit up Hong Kong, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia. Malaysia, and Singapore while I'm in Asia. After that I will do some more traveling in Europe before I head to Vienna to finish up my second degree. This is going to be an amazing journey and if you know me, you know it'll be somewhat ...
... an extra bag to bring things home in. I had to forgo some the rolling techniques I often use and actually folded things...I know I am still in shock. I started my sleep deprivation this week in hopes that the trip will not reek havoc on my body. I packed until 2am and then was up around 6am. I managed to get to the gym and had a good workout with my boxing partner and kept a good pace. The Giles car service picked me up and the last stop ...
... as well as the limo that Kennedy was in when he was shot. They have the bus that Rosa Parks was in when she wouldn't change her seat.
My favorite exhibit was the Dymaxion house. The Dymaxion house was designed by Buckminster Fuller in 1929. In 1945 Fuller resurrected the design as a way to supply inexpensive housing to the returning soldiers. He built prototypes of two different models. He never got funding to ...