Hampton Inn & Suites Sterling Heights

Address: 36400 Van Dyke Ave, Sterling Heights, Michigan, 48312, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 36400 Van Dyke Ave, Sterling Heights, is near White's Canoe Livery.
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      The Journey Begins

      A travel blog entry by bruinz on Dec 04, 2014

      On our way to Asia to visit and assess the client facilities in Malaysia. Hoping to see a number of sites in the off hours in Kuala Lumpur. Tonight's flight is a connect with my colleague Mike in SFO. So far both of our flights delayed. (Insert frown ...

      Motown Baby!

      A travel blog entry by thehamer on Sep 23, 2014

      5 photos

      We stop at a Chevron for gas which costs $45.92. For breakfast, Buddy and I went to a vegan restaurant named Seva. We Tofu scrambled eggs, fruit, and 2 blueberry smashes. Afterwards, we visited the Detroit Institute of Arts and saw some amazing portraits. We then visited the Motown Historical Museum. I was pleasantly surprised to see a shelf dedicated to the great ...


      A travel blog entry by jrammon on Aug 03, 2013

      75 photos

      ... There is a large bridge that takes you from Detroit onto the island. The island has a fountain, arboretum, playgrounds, picnic spots, ball fields and more. The family reunions were huge, featuring custom tee shirts and signs to direct family members where to find them. We headed back to downtown Detroit to find some dinner. This proved problematic as a Tigers baseball game was about to start and all of the restaurants were full. We drove the ...


      A travel blog entry by jimandabby1 on Jan 04, 2013

      3 comments, 1 photo

      ... have told us ladies they are willing to share, so I'm sure there will be pictures later. The negative in it all is that we are unable to work or do anything until the supplies bags arrive. They had all the paint brushes, tools, etc we needed. Bummer. So for now we wait. We are going to tour the area this afternoon and cross ...

      Boats, Barons and Bootleggers

      A travel blog entry by compils on Mar 10, 2012

      3 comments, 41 photos

      ... is also know as a Blind Pig or illegal bar.(Note by Mary: This was because the police took bribs thereby becoming "blind pigs!) Although we were shown sites of several Blind Pigs, several had been turned into churches or had just fallen into ruin. Pinky’s was a famous Blind Pig and was purchased by the singer, Anita Baker, for a dollar. Although she was supposed to preserve it as a historic site, she tore it down and built an IHOP on the ...