Holiday Inn Farmington Hills/Novi

Address: 37529 Grand River Avenue, Farmington Hills, Michigan, 48335, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 37529 Grand River Avenue, Farmington Hills, is near Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum, Holocaust Memorial Center, St. John's Golf & Conference Center, and Northville Hills Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Farmington Hills

Back in Canada

A travel blog entry by dianelbrown on Jan 08, 2015

1 comment, 2 photos

The end of our journey is in sight!! We stayed near Detroit on Tuesday night and crossed back into Canada at Sarnia and headed down to Point Pelee - Canada's most southern point before going to Shiela and Rob's last night. Although it is our country's most southerly point, the weather was cold and windy!! Today we are on our way to St Catharines for a quick visit with Grandma ...

Days in Detroit

A travel blog entry by cayseesitall on Dec 29, 2014

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... The locals tell me this restaurant used to be a hotel. Bodies are now buried under the property from years ago when deceased family members couldn't afford to move the bodies to a different cemetery. I ordered their "blank canvas" pizza and added my own toppings. (Thank you for having green olives). Dinner was good, thankfully no spirits interrupted my meal :) My last day consisted of heading ...

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 ...

The Heart of Africa T.I.A.

A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney on Aug 30, 2010

1 comment

... in the coastal city of Durban. I cant ever remember a time when I had a choir singing to me while I was brushing my teeth or taking the first **** in the morning, but it definitely added a certain ambience to the morning. Today I ventured off to take a stroll down the beach, which in Durban is set up as a main attraction as the boardwalk goes on for miles, with kids playing, families walking and numerous sand castle artists trying to attract tourists to look at their master pieces and ...

Why are we doing this anyway?

A travel blog entry by smitherland on Aug 28, 2010


... olds are full of curiosity, and we will be equally exhausted and astonished by having Alexander along on our trip!

Helping the girls (and myself) to create personal connections to the global world is a skill that will serve us well throughout our lives in a way that taxi-ing to extra curricular activities, schooling, reading, and watching the Discovery Channel could never come close to. I've never much enjoyed ...