Travel Blogs from Detroit
We arrived at the Detroit Airport at about 6:30 pm, got checked in, and they gave me a hard time about getting my boarding pass for the Paris to Lyon leg. However our tour director made a little noise and secured it for me. The taxi picked us up right on time and delivered us to the slots in Clinton where are bus was waiting for us. From here we went to Exeter, on the Grand Bend for more ...
... br> 3 cowboy hats made in China
5 wet bathing suits
20 glasses wine or other sanity beverages
2 accents (Fargo/Minnesota and ND/Montana/Wyoming)
7 dollars in tolls
1 runaway toll (we had to pay online-just learned how)
45 different licence plates
4 National Parks
3 Mountain Ranges
... in town for a tournament and needless to say was very excited about what I was doing for my trip. The Detroit game was on ESPN and therefore had a later start time so I actually had time to sit down in a restaurant to eat a meal. The "guest experience captain" stopped by my table and asked how I was and why I had chose to stop there. As I told her about my trip she, as a softball player and huge Reds fan, was jealous of my trip as well. It has been amazing to see ...
... The camera clicking was going at a higher level than ever. Even when we returned to the hotel there were group shots for each of the busloads.
Shortly after we got back, many of us joined in the hotel's 'happy hour' and had some nibblies and a little drink. Then Elias and Ashley asked Wayne and myself if we'd like to go out for something to eat. I went with them, Wayne didn't, we had a nice meal at the Cheesecake ...
... very touristy and busy with cars, mopeds, and people bustling around. They mainly used the metro and cars to get about. It's crazy to think that some people take the metro to and from work everyday. People also walk to a lot of the places which you hardly see here in America. I really enjoyed Rome because of the lively city and grand architecture of the Colosseum. Florence was about the same as Rome. Most people used ...