Residence Inn Detroit Troy/Madison Heights

Address: 32650 Stephenson Highway, Madison Heights, Michigan, 48071, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 32650 Stephenson Highway, Madison Heights, is near Detroit Zoological Park, Detroit Public Library, Stagecrafters Baldwin Theatre, and White's Canoe Livery.
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      Travel Blogs from Madison Heights

      Modern Love

      A travel blog entry by jaimezavier on Feb 06, 2015

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      ... for Tel Aviv on Sunday :) I found out yesterday I'll be living in an apartment with 10 other people. It's going to be insane and beautiful. My work is less than half a mile from my apartment, so I can walk or bike there in less then 10 minutes. I'm super relieved! But before that comes, I'm off to spend a couple days in the big city. Sending love and kisses to all of you. Know that I carry you with me where ever I go.

      Jaime
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      Two Weeks To Go

      A travel blog entry by jaimezavier on Jan 23, 2015

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      ... longest and furthest I've ever been away from home. On top of that, there are still terrorist attacks occurring in Israel on a pretty often basis. Two days ago, twelve people were stabbed in a random terrorist attack in Tel Aviv, riding the bus. This has been a fear of mine over the past few months, being vulnerable in public, specifically public transportation. It was pretty upsetting and shook me when it came to my decision to go. I spent the ...

      Done is Better than Good

      A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Aug 24, 2014

      1 comment, 46 photos

      ... of owning land was a foreign to them. They could not own the land that sustained them, gave them life and sometimes took that life away. They also believed in the Law of Tanderrum which meant that someone was allowed to visit but eventually they would return to their homeland. So in 1835 when John Batman "negotiated" the purchase of the 600,000 acres known as Melbourne and it's surrounds with eight Wurundjeri elders for a few blankets, sacks of flour and assorted trinkets, ...

      Detroit to Toronto

      A travel blog entry by johnnym on Mar 29, 2014

      2 photos

      ... by that, mind, I might have spotted the huge warehouse behind the bus station. From a distance, when I did spot it, I wasn't convinced that a used and rare book store would really be operating from those premises, but up closer the new sign saying they were named "#2 bookshop in the world, 2014" is bright, a nice counterpoint to the faded lettering around the top of the building. That is four stories up, mind, so no small task to repaint. I'd describe the scene, but this ...

      Detroit

      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 ...