Rodeway Inn Romulus
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... 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 ...
... longest and furthest I've ever been away from home. On top of that, there are still terrorist attacks occurring in Israel on a pretty often basis. Two days ago, twelve people were stabbed in a random terrorist attack in Tel Aviv, riding the bus. This has been a fear of mine over the past few months, being vulnerable in public, specifically public transportation. It was pretty upsetting and shook me when it came to my decision to go. I spent the ...
... We made it to the hotel. The taxi ride was uneventful. I guess that cutting off buses is normal. I may need to wear a sleep mask when we head tomorrow. The hotel is lovely and smells good. Lots of marble and our room is huge! I am starting to get tired again which I guess is a good thing. We ordered some food and decided to go with a burger and quesadillas until my tummy gets on track. I called my parents and touched base with a few others. I think I am going to crash ...
... customs into America. There was definitely lots of hugs and catching up. It was 3pm and we hadn't had lunch yet, so the first stop was the Big Boy restaurant near our hotel which was pretty good. It was like fast food done in an old school diner way.
We just hung out in the hotel room for the rest of the evening and went for a little drive around the neighbourhood. We weren't really in the mood for doing much else, but we are going to have a great 5 weeks together!
... design, which leaves you at the exit where you get your bus back to the museum.
I must admit, I found the tour to be a bit disappointing. The portion of the assembly plant you get to see is not very automated. They have robots that install windshields and check seams but, otherwise, it all seems to be done by hand. The bodies are built in a nearby building that is heavily automated but you don't get to see that. For ...