What is the best and safe way to travel from Ann Arbor to Detroit to see the red wings?
Has anyone been to Great Harvest Bread Co. on S. Main St. in Ann Arbor? I hear their whole grain breads are delicious! Would love to hear any feedback you have.
I'm going to be in Detroit during the weekend of the Michigan/Penn State game. I've never been to a Michigan home game but, being from Florida, I've been to Florida home games. Even at the big games here in Florida, there are usually people around the stadium selling tickets and the closer it gets to kickoff time, it's amazing how the tickets can get cheaper in a hurry. I would assume that, with the biggest stadium in the NCAA, there are a large number of people selling tickets near the stadium. If I were to drive over from Detroit that Saturday, what are my chances of getting tickets if I don't already have them and what kind of price should I expect to pay?
Hi, I'm coming to Ann Arbor for a cencert and I'm looking for a campground that is near Ann Arbor. A quiet, cheap place where one wouldn't get bothered. Any suggestions? Thanks!
I am moving from East Lansing to Ann Arbor at the end of this summer. I am starting the graduate program for Mechanical Engineering at U of M, and I need to find a place to live. If you have any suggestion on looking into apartments, please let me know!!
If you can give me good website to find apartments and roommates, that helps alot!
I was wondering if there were any hostels in Ann Arbor MI?
I'm coming down for U of M orientation and I'm looking for a cheap place to stay for a few nights.
Anyone familiar with the Kensington Court Hotel in Ann Arbor? I understand it used to be the Crowne Plaza--was it good then, and has it changed for better or worse? Alternative recommendations welcome, for either a hotel or bed and breakfast within a 15-minute drive from North Campus. I'm also looking for dinner recommendations; I've browsed through the travel tips already and "short listed" the Prickly Pear. Thanks! Namaskar
hi. i might be moving to ann arbor this summer for grad school. i'm hoping to rent a small house or a duplex/townhouse, but i'm from bellingham WA where this is probably more easily/cheaply done. any advice? i know about UM off-campus housing listing, and MLive as far as online resources.
I'll be coming to ann arbor in April. Do you thing it's possible to camp or still too cold ? Thanks
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