Best Value Inn Detroit/Taylor
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... who work in Detroit and then separate lanes for returning Americans and finally for Canadians like us! The border agent wanted to make sure we had no PEI potatoes on board and was interested in what we did for a living!
We followed our GPS as opposed to the Trip Tik that CAA provided us. That meant that we dropped straight down from Detroit Michigan on I 75 to I-70, but went through ...
... walked over and immediately got big tears in my eyes. It was a Cemetery for War Dogs.
Boy, if you've ever had a dog, you'll feel as we ...
We got packed and pulled away from the home compound at 8:35 a.m. We were only 35 minutes behind schedule!! We headed to Detroit to take the Ambassador Bridge to cross into Windsor, Ontario.
The traffic was relatively light and the Customs & Immigration was the smoothest EVER!!
More about that traffic a bit later.
Instead of Tim Horton's . . . it was Mickey D's . . . for a little nourishment to get us to the 401! Later, ...
... fellow) we call the shuttle for pick up. The "plan" was to ease into Detroit and go to the "safe" places first and then venture to "danger" after talking to the locals.
Sunday AM. How dangerous could Detroit be? We set out with 2 missions...visit the notorious pet-coke pile on the Detroit river and visit some "blighted" but not "dangerous" neighbourhoods. A tricky bulls eye in Detroit.
The pet coke pile is a result of residue from Alberta tar sands being ...
... Hamtramck's population is of Polish origin; in 1970, it was 90% Polish.
Over the past thirty years, a large number of immigrants from the Middle East (especially Yemen) and South Asia (especially Bangladesh) have moved to the city. As of the 2010 American Community Survey, the city's foreign born population stood at 41.1%, making it Michigan's most internationally diverse city.
Hamtramck flourished from ...