Super 8 Sterling Heights/Detroit Area
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USA Day 9 Tuesday, September 08, 2009
London Ontario to Detroit city
Morning breakfast is served in the sunroom next to the lobby. They provide us with cereal, sausages scrambled eggs and toast plus coffee
We head off towards Detroit Canada is not much different in looks to the united states, except for a plethora of Tim …
... were really looking forward to spending some time with them and we're sorry they will not be taking the trip with us. The day has been spent making sure we have not forgotten anything and finishing Elizabeth's costume for her presentation on Tuesday. I'm sure sleep will be difficult tonight. Excitement for John Terror for Barbara. Hopefully more ...
... she practically climbed over a local lady to get her front row seat. On the way we saw our first red phone booth and hopped in for a shot. After many many photos ofbtge gates, aching feet demanded a return to john's flat where i finally met my baby Gabby. Yummy homemade beef stew and yorkshire pudding. Ash decided to sleep over while we took matt back to our flat. Picked up breakfast fixings at Sainsburu's for a few pounds. By 10pm, we were sound ...
... Poles were first drawn to the
Detroit area when the automobile industry began to build plants in the early
1900's. Automotive work at the time
required large numbers of unskilled workers and attracted the Poles who had
been working the mines in Pennsylvania. Three monuments can be found in Detroit
to honor famous Poles. Near the public
library and the art institute you can find statues of the scientist Nicolaus
I think the term surreal is incredibly overused; however, it's the only word that I can think of that really applies to the way we both feel. Packing was definitely a collaborative effort and probably a great idea. In the end, I left some things out and I'm sure we forgot a few things but we remembered the important ones....passports, money, rain ponchos and each ...