A Victory Inn - West Dearborn
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... There is also a village and an IMAX theater. Since you have to take a bus to the factory, we decided to do that first. Wow, what a complex, it is best to just say it is "HUGH". It took us 2 1/2 hours to go through the factory. It was really interesting to see the Ford F150 pickup being made. Of course, we couldn't take any pictures inside the factory.
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