Super 8 Imlay City
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... World - the largest Christmas store in the world. Just the glass ball ornaments take up 400 metres and are divided into categories, e.g. Cats, Santas, basketball, etc. They even haven a full size replica of the Chapel where "Silent Night" was first sung and played (to guitar because the organ was broken). Drive a pickup truck in the USA = ...
We got up at 2:30 in the morning to start our EPIC road trip of a lifetime! Then we hit the road at 3:15 and it was smooth sailing to Chicago. Annalena had no problem sleeping for the majority of the drive, and the rest of the time she was happy and excited to be in the car. It was a great start to our trip.
On Saturday the 26th, we left Ottawa and headed for Huntsville, for a visit with friends. It was a beautiful drive through farm country with fields of golden wheat, fields of young corn stalks, fields where seed cast a golden haze over the tall green shoots of grass, and fields where it had been harvested and large round bales of hay lay drying under the not-so-sunny skies. And fields of neon yellow, where mustard was growing, were almost blinding to ...
Today we went to downtown Detroit. We were in the 'hood! Once again Matt drove us. He was awesome. He's a very good driver and once again Glen got to relax and look around. I always get to relax and look around. Leigh and Andy take the boys in their truck. You can see the boys beating each other up in the back seat :). We usually drive behind them. Being in Leigh's centrally heated house, I'd lost touch with the actual weather. I'd only experienced it ...
... as they rooms are all lit by the lightbulbs that Edison invented (although Edison didn't invent the lightbulb itself he did invent the first mass produced lightbulb). Also you could see the system Edison had put in place to power all his lathes and machining tools.
The last few places we went to were a steam engine roundhouse (which had some really impressive engines stored there), a glassblower and tin maker. All in all it was ...