Hilton Garden Inn Detroit Metro Airport
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... section full of early trains, a jet car and a huge scale model railway track complete with Willis Tower and the Seattle Space Needle. In one corner was a full size recreation of a cobblestone street and shops from the turn of the century and a makeshift coal mine. Steffie and I were getting hungry, so we went down to the basement food court which was huge and braved the crowds for lunch. We didn't have time to go back up because the Omnimax Movie was about ...
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