TownePlace Suites Detroit Sterling Heights
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RV summer camp is over. We have mixed feelings.We made new friends among the camp hosts and staff. Being with the two grandchildren spoiled us rotten and we adored every minute.The commuting to rendezvous with their parents each day became old. Being camp hosts was far more physical work than we ever anticipated and a bit much in addition to spending our days with our two fun and very active grandchildren. We did more biking and playing card games than we have ...
... zones (which didn't really slow us down much). The land remained flat (like Essex county where Windsor is situated) - mainly cornfields with the occasional soy bean field. Went through a small bit of Ohio and then Indiana. Large antique stores are very popular in this area. Crossed in Illinois and spent time at the Visitor's Info Centre to determine which State Park to try and what to see in the State.
... Market was thru one of the most dangerous neighbourhoods in Detroit (the grass covered tennis courts, (due to neglect) gave it away for me. What kind of Neanderthal plays on grass - except for the English!. The random walk through a Dutch architect’s legacy also fools us.
A wedding party pulls up for a photo shoot in the fenced walkway over the freeway which has become an extension of the market. After shopping at the Eastern Market for wine and cheese (from some ...
... touches the similarly surrounded city of Highland Park. Hamtramck is named for the French-Canadian soldier Jean François Hamtramck who was the first American commander of Fort Shelby, the fortification at Detroit. Hamtramck was originally settled by German farmers, but Polish immigrants flooded into the area when the Dodge Brothers plant opened in 1914. Poles used to make up a large proportion of the population. Today ...
... and unless Detroit benefits from another industrial revolution, I don't think they will be restored any time soon. Downtown Detroit is a lot more expansive than other cities. In places like Chicago and Toronto space comes with a premium, but this is not the case for Detroit - buildings are spaced out, there is a fair bit of green space, and the city is anything but busy.
After exploring the ghost town which is downtown Detroit we moved ...