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Detroits Rise Fall and Renewal
"Begin your Detroit tour at a cafe on Broadway where you'll meet your local guide and head out onto the streets. From the minute you leave the meeting point you'll start seeing some famous Detroit landmarks such as the 95-year old Detroit Athletic Club the renovated Opera House the vacant Wurlitzer Building and the fine new downtown YMCA. Your local guide will be telling you all you need to know about these spots
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Detroits Rise Fall and Renewal
"Begin your Detroit tour at a cafe on Broadway where you'll meet your local guide and head out onto the streets. From the minute you leave the meeting point you'll start seeing some famous Detroit landmarks such as the 95-year old Detroit Athletic Club the renovated Opera House the vacant Wurlitzer Building and the fine new downtown YMCA. Your local guide will be telling you all you need to know about these spots
From $27.00
 
Detroits Rise Fall and Renewal
"Begin your Detroit tour at a cafe on Broadway where you'll meet your local guide and head out onto the streets. From the minute you leave the meeting point you'll start seeing some famous Detroit landmarks such as the 95-year old Detroit Athletic Club the renovated Opera House the vacant Wurlitzer Building and the fine new downtown YMCA. Your local guide will be telling you all you need to know about these spots
From $27.00

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The Belmont

Ready for a wild adventure in Detroit rock? Okay, so it's really in Hamtramck, but that's surrounded by Detroit.I've only been here a few times but it's always an adventure. They have everything from...
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BLEU ROOM

The Bleu Room Experience is supposed to be Detroit's hot spot as far as clubs go. As far as the club design, maybe I'm hard to impress. Or maybe there's just so many fabulous people spilling beer in...
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Magic Stick

I used to watch the christmas parade from here when I was a little girl. Back then only the Garden Bowl was there (the oldest bowling alley in the country!) and my Dad knew the owners. The business is...
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GREEKTOWN, MGM, MOTOR CITY, AND WINDSOR

I've been to all the casinos at least a few times and my preference is the Greektown Casino. Not because of payouts, I know very little about that. I just think that Greektown has the best...
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Greektown Casino

Gambling in a Tincan! This place is so tight in so many ways! Not only do the slot payouts stink, but there is about 2 feet between the rows of slotmachines! Even on a Sunday, this place is so crowded...
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Steve's Place

It is described thusly in the local indy:"Christened after its elderly owner Steven Francis, Steve's Place has the appearance of a 1940s Robert Mitchum film projected onto an old screen. It could be...
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Cliff bell's

this place is fantastic! features a art deco interior full bar , cozy, classy, atmosphere. witty bartenders, and the some of the best local jazz around . french jazz on fridays with free champange :)...
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Greektown Casino

Greektown is located less than half a mile (800 m) from the Renaissance Center in the downtown area. It comprises only a few city blocks, with Monroe Street at the center. The neighborhood is a...
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City Club

Located in the basement of the Ramada Inn in downtown Detroit off of Bagley Ave. The best Goth./Industrial night in Detroit. I have seen women dress in black wedding dresses, women wearing g-strings...
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MGM Grand Detroit Casino

If you are the type of person who goes to Las Vegas strictly for gambling, you will find the MGM Grand Detroit Casino more than adequate. It is a full-size casino with the slots and table games your...
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The Greektown Casino

The Greektown Casino is a full-size casino in the heart of Greektown. The casino operates shuttle buses from the major hotels. The main draw is its proximity to the many Greek restaurants. Park in the...
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Bleu Experience

I paid for VIP tickets to see Above & Beyond. They still made us wait over half an hour in subzero weather. While waiting we were harassed by a homeless man. Once I got in they told me they wouldn't...
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Old Shillelagh

I got dragged to my fiance's old time hang-out after the Tigers clinched the pennant this weekend. Typical dive, Irish pub. Packed after the game. The place to be on St. Patrick's Day. Be prepared to...
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St. Andrews Hall

St. Andrews is on the outskirts of downtown's Greektown district. A much more casual atmosphere, St. Andrews and it's 3 floors of fun hosts live performers (usually a rock band, but techno DJs are...
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Top Hotels in Detroit

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Renaissance Center, Detroit, Michigan, 48243-1003, United States
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2501 Worldgateway Place, Detroit, Michigan, 48242, United States
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351 Gratiot Ave., Detroit, Michigan, 48226, United States
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333 East Jefferson Ave, Detroit, Michigan, 48226, United States
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1000 Brush Ave., Greektown, Detroit, Michigan, 48226, United States
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2 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, Michigan, 48226, United States
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Top Things to Do in Detroit

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Renaissance Center

Stayed for the movement festival during memorial weekend. I will never stay at this hotel ever again. I booked on booking.com but called marriot to confirm and reserve two double beds months in...
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The Henry Ford

The Henry Ford Museum is incredible! The Dymaxion House is my favorite exhibit. It's a 1946 vision of the future! The Ford offers more than just cars, it's trains, planes, farming equipment, even...
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Detroit Institute of Arts

Been there a couple of times - pretty interesting place. From time to time it has different exhibits (like 'Camile Clodel and Rodin scuptures' one which I visited and enjoyed last year). For general...
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Zoo

If you have a free ½ day or day, the Detroit Zoo is a great way to spend it. We’ve been to plenty of zoo’s around the US, and I think this is one of the best. It is easy to get around and they have...
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Belle Isle

our family went to belle isle all the time. it was my younger sisters favorite place so we always had her birthday party there every october. we loved renting a boat and the bikes. it was a clean fun...
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Comerica Park

If you visit Detroit during the summer, a great day activity is to catch a Tiger game at Comerica Park. With all the restaurants and bars around the Stadium, as well as, in stadium activities, you can...
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"PARIS OF THE MIDWEST. A Love Story."
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"Don't be afraid!"
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"Some Signs of Life in Motor City"
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"No Place Like Home"
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"Dog Walking Downtown Detroit"
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