Red Roof Inn Detroit Warren
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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12F when we awoke can't imagine what 75F even feels like any more. Packed up the car and headed to the airport with our car and house sitter Miss Elizabeth in tow. Our flight was delayed slightly by de-icing however we were soon in the air and heading to warmer climates. Checked in at the hotel (bags all arrived!) ...
... been there to encourage me. I have always been a home body. I never went away to camp, I never wanted to be away from my mom, from my home, from my dog. But at 25, the time felt right for me to go off and have my big adventure. I'm going to have the most amazing adventure, I'm going to see so many things, I'm going to meet people from all over the world, I'm going to succeed at my internship and living abroad. In the end, I'll raise ...
... more coffee, Gary, cracking jokes, doesn't want us to leave, dear thing! Jonny mutters 'if I stay here any longer I'll become a Republican' and later, ' he won't let me leave till I say I 'm a Republican'-we all laugh-we make no secret of our politics.
More observations- the towns and freeways are full of 'restaurants', a term used differently in USA than at home, where fries and hamburgers and big sandwiches predominate, the ...
... my body. I thought about when the last time i felt reassured was. In that moment i was transported to a memory i had almost forgotten i possessed. In an instant i was a child again. No more than eight years old, playing in the backyard with my brother. The sun was setting, and as the dark overtook the light, i could see the bursts of light all around me. Fireflies on a hot 1990's night. We caught as many as we could, and the sense of thrill was undeniable. The sun kept sinking ...
... came to an Underground Railroad Memorial at the foot of Hart Plaza. We walked up to the plaza and that was when the desolation of the city began to sink in.
Here was this amazing brick paved expanse of space with benches and what appeared to be an enormous abandoned fountain, and it was overgrown and completely empty. I imagined people once sitting on the benches and enjoying the fresh air at a time when the city was bustling. It reminded me of the abandoned plazas ...