Comfort Inn & Suites

Address: 6778 Telegraph Rd, Taylor, Michigan, 48180-1713, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 6778 Telegraph Rd, Taylor, is near Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, Heritage Park, Automotive Hall of Fame, and Lakes of Taylor Golf Club.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn & Suites Taylor

        Reviewed by carmandy

        Good bed

        Reviewed Oct 12, 2014
        by (4 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

        Good bed and better pillows. The receptionist was very friendly and helpful

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn & Suites Taylor

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Taylor

        Our starting point for our western adventure

        A travel blog entry by sel48. on Sep 10, 2015

        ... zones (which didn't really slow us down much). The land remained flat (like Essex county where Windsor is situated) - mainly cornfields with the occasional soy bean field. Went through a small bit of Ohio and then Indiana. Large antique stores are very popular in this area. Crossed in Illinois and spent time at the Visitor's Info Centre to determine which State Park to try and what to see in the State.

        Grab the Klennex for this one

        A travel blog entry by lastrick on Aug 17, 2015

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        ... we looked at the markers.

        These were only a few that I took.

        So touching.

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        Decline of the American Empire? A romantic weekend

        A travel blog entry by romantictravel on Dec 22, 2013

        ... coke is the junk left over - and is nastier than coal. We have a connection to this because some of it eventually finds its way to our home province, Nova Scotia. It is being burned in our electrical plants. The NY Times recently covered a story about the appearance of this pet coke pile and how it has been growing. However, the pet coke pile has been run out of town – I guess the Koch brothers couldn’t take the local heat. The pet coke pile has disappeared as fast as ...

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        A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Jul 08, 2013

        3 comments, 22 photos

        ... 1920 as thousands of European immigrants, particularly Poles, were attracted by the growing automobile industry. The city has grown increasingly ethnically diverse but still bears many reminders of its Polish ancestry in family names, street names and businesses. A recent survey found 26 native languages spoken by Hamtramck schoolchildren. The city's motto was "A League of ...

        Detroit vs Baltimore

        A travel blog entry by carson.sherwood on Aug 17, 2012

        ... some people too).

        We were driving around Detroit at around 2pm-4pm, and surprisingly, there were almost no people on the street. This is in stark contrast to Baltimore where many of the cities finest were wondering around at all hours of the day. So in terms of ghetto people, Baltimore wins, but the caveat being the fact at dusk I do not doubt Detroit's true colour would show, and I wouldn't want to be anywhere near it.