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Hotels Near The Detroit Airport

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  • Detroit Airport may refer to: * Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, serving Detroit, Michigan, United States (IATA: DTW) * Coleman A. Young International Airport, formerly Detroit City Airport, serving Detroit, Michigan, United States (IATA: DET)

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a strand of my love for reading is there

a strand of my love for reading is there

Perusing through the tags here on flickr for "Strand Bookstore," I see a few people who were brave enough to whip out their cameras inside of one of the world's largest used bookstores (though I still find John L. King in Detroit to be more exciting and overwhelming due to its chaos).

I did have my camera when I went inside even after turning in my backpack (apparently people with cameras is an every day occurance at The Strand) but this is the only photo that I took of shoppers.

And this photo was taken outside near the Broadway entrance to the store.

The Strand in Greenwich Village right off the NYU campus (how I sometimes wish I had actually gone there) was one of my three must dos in New York Ctiy this time (along with seeing "Rent" and drinking tea at Teany) and I'm really glad I went.

I ended up buying four books: Henry Miller's "Tropic Of Capricorn," Anais Nin's "Collages," Milan Kundera's "The Unbearable Lightness of Being," and Christopher Hitchen's "Blood, Class, and Empire." All were used and cost me less than $25.00 after tax (and I think the Miller book was most of that as it was a full $9.95).

With my rate of reading in recent times, I think that should last me until the next time I'm in New York and get lost in the Strand Bookstore's more obscure sections (fiction was crowded and right on the ground floor).

I only got to spend about 30 minutes inside since I waited until the last second and had to get my train back to the hotel to catch a cab to the airport.

Hopefully all of these people had more time to explore. Maybe even take photos.

Detroit Layover-Dinner

Detroit Layover-Dinner

We had a 15 hour layover in Detroit between Mexico City and Seattle. It was long enough we wanted to get a hotel room...unfortunately we got in too late to really do anything and all the hotels near the airport are far from everything else.

We found a car hop/fast food place within a reasonable walking distance (though it was REALLY cold and windy out, even for we Alaskans...especially after having just come from Mexico.)

We ordered some food and took it back to our hotel room.

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