This is the name given to a work of public art of painted red steel located at the corner of Gratiot Avenue and Randolph near Harmonie Park. It's moved once. John Piet created it in 1975.
Take some binoculars and study the details of this building high up. But currently, it's boarded up at the ground level.
Catch a Creepy Clyde show if you can.... He's really spooky! You might have to go to Hell to see him, though. Hell, Michigan.
The city of Windsor has about 1/4 of a million people in the city, and a great night life see bartown
Detroit is, after all, the motor city. If you're here in January, then you should attend the auto show to see the latest and greatest in automotive technology.
Attend a VT mini-meeting (or a big one for that matter) :o) Thank you so much Lee (SilverVelvet) for showing us around, you are wonderful!!!!!!
More to come soon!!!!!!
84 E. Ferry St., Detroit, Michigan, 48202, United States
Good for: Families
I was not too sure about staying at this hotel as it was rated only 3 stars- but I was pleasantly...more
Traveling with my mother on a morning flight, so decided to stay at the Westin at DTW. Chipped...more