Motown Inn & Suites

1805 John A. Papalas Drive, Lincoln Park, Michigan, 48146, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1805 John A. Papalas Drive, Lincoln Park, is near Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, Rouge Factory Tour, Heritage Park, and OraOxygen.
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    Third Day of EML

    A travel blog entry by mathcoachesrock on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... math idea. We noticed during the lesson, a chart was created with students for defining a fraction and the procedure for naming a fraction. This made us wonder: -When do student created generalizations become a procedure? When do we record these as procedures? -What sense are all students making of the math? How would we know what students are understanding? Other wonderings: -Are opportunities for partner talk limited in the EML because the ...

    Day 8: The long drive home & final budget

    A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 20, 2014

    ... to these long drives!!) so we stopped a few times on the way home:
    - Kmart (since we needed a potty break anyway!)
    - Cincinnati Premium Outlets in Monroe (sadly, all we walked away with was a pair of shorts from Columbia)
    - KFC in Kentucky (OMG it was SO gooooood!! Who knew KFC was sooo much better in Kentucky?!)
    - Teppanyaki Grill Buffet in Michigan, near airport (our favorite buffet ...

    It's SUMMERtime in the Great Smoky Mountains

    A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 12, 2014

    ... plan so this let us keep yapping during the whole drive).

    The last bit of the drive took us through the Tail of the Dragon, the most famous touring road in North America. It sure was a twisty drive! Unfortunately, Matt and Esen both got a little nauseous after a while so it eventually became a difficult drive. Took us over an hour to get through the Tail.

    After a bit over 12 hours on the road, ...

    Alumni Showdown

    A travel blog entry by tjarnen on Dec 31, 2013

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    ... sitting there, neither the ice nor the screen. So I decided to stand for the two games. Found some good places to stand and I moved around a little as well. The first game wasn't many names that I knew, but there were some in both the Maple Leafs and the Red Wings. It was fun to watch though, some players were playing without helmets like in the old days. The main game was the second game,Mitch all the famous players on the ice. For ...

    Across Two Countries

    A travel blog entry by brosh2013 on Jun 24, 2013

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    ... and trees like oak and cherry. Definitely a contrast to the marsh and shrubs of the south and the dry gums of Australia!

    We've stopped just out of Detroit tonight, which is a town incredibly severely hit by financial woes and the death of the US car industry. The population of the city has literally halved over the years to about 750,000 and there are abandoned factories, shops and homes dotted across the ...