Plan your trip to Ann Arbor. Start by getting to the destination from your hometown. Then figure out where to stay (like The Dahlmann Campus Inn), find things to see and do (like Zingerman's Delicatessen), and research places to eat (like Michigan Creamery).
Getting to Ann Arbor:
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Here are the top recommended hotels in Ann Arbor:
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Here are some places to eat in Ann Arbor.
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Here's what Trippy members say about Ann Arbor:
"Denny's on Washtenaw & Huron Parkway in shopping strip in East A2., near Arborland. Beautiful big salads, salmon dinner, beef stew, senior menu + lower prices. Five Guys, really good, in the Arborland Mall. Stucchi's Ice Cream store sold to Michigan Creamery, in the campus area across from UofM diag. Zingerman's Roadhouse on Stadium??? Good food that is highly salted... Go to your bank and take out a loan. You will need it. Olive Garden Italian Restaurant on Eisenhower very good everything, reasonably priced. Mediterrano is okay, but, pricy, just a few doors from Olive Garden, which is located in the Briarwood district of UofM Hospital doctors offices. Excellent coney dogs, and salads at Leo's Coney Island on Carpenter Rd. near Meijers. Good Chinese at LAI LAI on Carpenter & Ellsworth kitty corner from Meijers. All places I've mentioned have excellent parking. I stay away from downtown eateries these days because of lack of street parking means you pay an arm and a leg to walk a block."