Motel 6 Ann Arbor

3764 South State Street, I-94 at Exit #177/State Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48108, United States
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Ann Arbor is a very liberal...

by SilverVelvet

Ann Arbor is a very liberal town that encourages diversity, gay rights, personal freedoms of speech and religion and much more. People are typically very laid back and friendly. In this photo, the man on the far right is preaching about God, but the people to the left are more interested in taking photos of themselves.

THE BLUE NILE

by kahlveen about THE BLUE NILE

It's a little on the pricey side (especially if you're on a struggling student budget) but definitely well worth it. The best thing about this place (besides the food) is the whole experience of sharing a communal meal - if you're queezy about eating with your hands, this is NOT the place for you. However, for the brave and adventurous, believe me, you will be justly rewarded! Everything! It's an all-you-can-eat gastronomic experience Ethiopian-style. My personal favorites are the Doro Alecha - chicken cooked in niter kibbeh herbed butter, with onions and green peppers; Zilzil Wat - choice beef strips simmered in berbere sauce; and the Gomen - chopped spiced greens cooked with onions and peppers.

SAIGON GARDEN

by kahlveen about SAIGON GARDEN

Traditional Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine, specializing in beef broth noodle soups (Vietnamese style), as well as various one person rice dishes and vermicelli dishes. Dishes worth trying include the chicken with lemon grass, eggplant with basil, and the stir-fried noodles, and of course, the scrumptious spring rolls (two types - deepfried and non-deep fried - both EXCELLENT!). Try the spicy salted squid. An utterly divine seafood dish that will send you spiralling into food-heaven!

Stroll past Ann Arbor's historic buildings

by Yorick12

1. Anson Brown Building (1001-1007 Broadway). This block, once known as Lower Town, is the oldest commerical building in the city being built in the 1830s. Continue southwest on Broadway via the Broadway Bridge to Beakes Street.
2. Second Baptist Church (216 Beakes). This church was one of the first African American churches in the city, built in the 1890s. Continue down Beakes to Main Street.
3. Kellogg-Warden House (500 N. Main). This house, was built in 1835 by the Kellogg and Warden families. One of the oldest houses in the city. It was moved from Lower Town to its present site and now houses a museum. Continue south down N. Main to Huron Street. Turn left .
4. Silas Douglass House (502 East Huron). Built in 1848, this Gothic Revival was once owned by Silas Douglas, an early professor at the university and later the city mayor. Continue down Huron to State Street.
5. Unitarian Church (corner of Huron & State). This Romanesque style church was built in 1882. Quite unique. From Huron turn right on State Street walking past the edge of campus.
6. Newberry Hall (434 S. State). This building was once the U of M Student Christian Association in 1891. Today it's the Kelsey Museum (see other tips to do). Turn back on State Street . Turn left heading on E. William.
7. Deke Shant Building (611 E. William). Built in 1878 and designed by U of M architecture professor William LeBaron Jenney, it was the first fraternity on campus. It's still owned by Delta Kappa Epsilon. Continue down E. William turning right on S. Division.
8. Bennett-Kempf House (312 S. Division). This house was built in 1853 by postmaster Henry Bennett. Today it houses a museum.
Continue up Division to E. Liberty turning left. Walk down to S. Fourth and turn left.
9. Bethlehem Church (423 S. Fourth). Built in 1896 this beautiful stone church was built by the German community. Head back up S. 4th turning left on E. William and right on Main.
10. End your walk on Main Street enjoying the many buildings that look just as they did in the 1870s.

Ann Arbor, MI

by davecallahan

A city of 90000 permanent residents with an additional 20000-30000 transient students.

official website is: http://www.a2gov.org/

a good general website for the city is: http://arborwiki.org/city/Main_Page

ZIPCODE 48103-48109, 48133 is the city of Ann Arbor in Washtenaw County
042-16-15N 083-43-35W
42.2708716, -83.7263294
Area Code 734

"interesting facts"

named for spouse of the city founder.

city nickname is A-squared.

city is renowned for its trees (due to reforestation project in the 20s and 30s)

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Address: 3764 South State Street, I-94 at Exit #177/State Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48108, United States