Knights Inn Sterling Heights

Address: 7887 17 Mile Road (at Van Dyke), Sterling Heights, Michigan, 48313, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 7887 17 Mile Road (at Van Dyke), Sterling Heights, is near White's Canoe Livery and Four Bears Waterpark.
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    Travel Blogs from Sterling Heights

    And......We're Off!

    A travel blog entry by lkroncich on Jul 09, 2015

    3 photos

    ... Greg is making his movie selection and I just popped 2 Benadryl in hopes to sleep this 7 1/2 hour flight away (unlikely, too excited!) Well this is my first entry into this travel journal. Hopefully I will be organized enough to post something each day to share with all of you! Hugs, ...

    Getting ready to leave

    A travel blog entry by hannahandisabel on Jul 07, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    Boarded the plane at 10:28pm on Tuesday. Had chicken and mashed potatoes for dinner on the plane at 11pm. Read a little and slept a little. Said the flight wasn't much longer than the one to Florida (which means she slept quite a bit!). Didn't eat the breakfast.


    Decline of the American Empire? A romantic weekend

    A travel blog entry by romantictravel on Dec 22, 2013

    ... to Toronto now. Our Ford nation was still only in warm up mode that weekend. We ask about the meaning of the quote in the window. Nobody seems to know. My english teacher mother would be disappointed in my lack of awareness. It is attributed to F. Scott Fitzgerald:

    “I said, SMALL town…he must know what a small town is…well, he’s no use to us if Detroit is his idea of a small town…”

    We drop the questioning and forget about it.

    Up, Up and Away

    A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jul 06, 2013

    ... the traffic, and helped us with our luggage. Thankful that we weren’t late, we got to check-in, and this was when we had to part. We hugged and she left for her earlier flight, leaving me to wait two and a half hours before I could check my baggage.

    Everything was fine; it usually is. I survived check-in and two rounds of customs and the flight itself, finally touching down ...

    Detroit vs Baltimore

    A travel blog entry by carson.sherwood on Aug 17, 2012

    ... some people too).

    We were driving around Detroit at around 2pm-4pm, and surprisingly, there were almost no people on the street. This is in stark contrast to Baltimore where many of the cities finest were wondering around at all hours of the day. So in terms of ghetto people, Baltimore wins, but the caveat being the fact at dusk I do not doubt Detroit's true colour would show, and I wouldn't want to be anywhere near it.