Hilton Detroit Troy

Address: 5500 Crooks Road, (Formally Hilton Detroit /Troy), Troy, Michigan, 48098-2806, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 5500 Crooks Road, (Formally Hilton Detroit /Troy), Troy, is near Cranbrook Institute of Science, Cranbrook Art Museum, Walter P. Chrysler Museum, and White's Canoe Livery.
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Travel Blogs from Troy

Salute to Henry Ford

A travel blog entry by carmandy on Oct 14, 2014

... Not relaxing but very good. We went to a place called Westborn for lunch which is like a fruit shop that has a cafe in it. But instead of being served the food you go and pick it yourself. I had a tomato and veggie soup and Andy a chicken Caesar salad. Very delicious! Spent the afternoon at Henry Fords home called Fairlane and a mere 1300 acres then just drove around looking at the general area - it was raining again, but not too ...

Back to USA

A travel blog entry by carmandy on Oct 13, 2014

Departed Niagara Falls after a leisurely breakfast in the hotel. It was raining so we thought it good weather for travelling. It was Thanksgiving in Canada so shops were closed - except for good old Walmart and it was a super centre so we decided to see what everyone was talking about. Didn't see any 'characters' as such, but everything seemed well priced. Continued on ...

Day-76 Greenfield Village Detriot

A travel blog entry by tessacat on Aug 24, 2013

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... s of homes from the 1600's that had been disassembled in England and reassembled in Greenfield Village. Thomas Edison workshops and inventions and much much more.

Beautiful old vintage cars and horse and carts, driving through the street. Classic. Aoffle and Denise had a spin on the Carousal.

Afterwards to took a trip down memory lane "8 mile" ( yikes)......

We went for dinner in Royal ...

The Adventure Begins at Home

A travel blog entry by deutchadventure on Jul 18, 2013

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I'm Going on an Adventure!

Last week I finished reading The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien, a tale of fantasy, adventure and danger. As the first story that I have read for leisure in a long while and as I prepare to embark on my own adventure, the timing has been serendipitous. Compelling stories are those with a strong arch and characters with whom one can relate, and in The Hobbit, I found myself connecting with the small ring-bearer and ...

Because I can

A travel blog entry by angieru1z on Oct 04, 2011

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... decked out with junk! Not garbage, junk! Pretty junk. Stuffed animals, cars, polka dot houses, tampered campaign signs, and shopping carts hanging in trees. You name it, I am sure you can find it on this one street. It is a like a live hidden object puzzle. Without understanding its full purpose I cannot explain it in words without making it sound like an ugly dump. Pictures will have to suffice.
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