Hi. I'm going to spend a few days in Detroit and I am looking for safe affordable lodging. I see there is a hostile and, well, I would appreciate any info on the place or if anyone has other suggestions I'm open. Thanks, Michele
I don't see any information about the Edsel Ford home in Gross Pointe. Anyone have any information?
I will be arriving on a Delta flight from Toronto and departing on a Delta flight to Memphis, Tennessee.
Will I have to claim my baggage on arrival or will they be checked through to Memphis?
Is it possible to get to the Henry Ford Museum by Public Transport from Downtown?
I am looking to contact a cab company that I rode with on 12/27/11. Any idea what company might have dark green minivan cabs? I am almost sure it was a Dodge or Chrysler.
what's happening Detroit? I'll be visiting your fair city on the 7th of May for a show at the Emerald Theatre.. Anyone been there before? I'm seeing HED PE, mushroomhead, livan.. some loud music! I'm hoping the venues sounds system rocks cuz i know Livan puts on a pretty sick set. anyway, any one going or know of some good watering holes around the venue?
I probably move to Detroit, I would like to understand which are the best areas to live.
Feel free to suggest any place with Pro and Cons.
Thank you in advance,
Hi, I will be arriving at DTW on an international flight and only have 1 hr 20 min to my connecting flight. Is this enough time to go through immigration and check-in to my next flight? In LAX, you have to claim your luggage and check it again to the connecting flight. Does DTW have the same rules? Any airport tips on how to save time would be appreciated. Btw, I have Delta flights.
I'm travelling to Detroit for the first time for an interview. My interview's at a building on Moross Road. They've recommended a few hotels in Roseville, most of which are 10-15 mins away from the info I've been sent. I was wondering what the best way would be to get from DTW airport to this area? What if I took a cab? How much would that cost me? I'm not too keen on the idea of renting a car since I'm flying back the very next day. And any feedback of any of the hotels in the Roseville area would be great too.
What I need to see when I visit the Detroit Zoo site along with prices are;
1) What are the specific train schedule times per day. From the front and from the back.
2) Do you still offer the special engineer ride for children and at what cost.
I am celebrating my birthday and I was just wondering if anyone has tryed out MGM or Motorcity's dance clubs and what was there take on them. Please help I wanna make sure I pick the right one.
Is RV parking available in close proximity to the Henry ford Museum. Also can RV's park there overnight?
My friend and I will be staying at the Holiday Inn Express in downtown Detroit for the Lions/Eagles game in September. I was hoping I could get some advice on places in the downtown area to visit, bars, clubs, restaurants, any other areas of interest. Also, how safe is walking in the downtown area? Would it be dumb to walk at night? (we are both guys) Thanks so much for any replies!
I live in Cottam on canada My flight is booked Mexicana Air May 28 6:15 am from detroit airport. The min check in time is 90 min before flight (4:45 am). the robert q's earliest shuttle from windsor canada arrives 5:15 am. May I arrange for a 60 min chek-in time? Is there another ground service that i can use? Car rental that allows destination drop off?
Does anyone know if there are payphones in DTW and what the rates are?? I'd be calling to someone who lives in California. Anyone know if its more a minute for long distance calls? I'd really appreciate the help!
Is there any place that is free and accessable in Detroit that will give you a great view of the city? If so, please elaborate. The higher and broader the view the better. Looking for a cute romance spot ;).
Hi - am travelling soon to Detroit. What is the neighborhood like around the station?
I want to visit Detroit for a long weekend some time in summer 2010, I want to see MCS before the city destroys it or it gets a major renovation. Is there any work scheduled for demolition or renovation before September 2010? Do alot of people go there to take a look? Is the area around MCS safe for visitors that want to take pictures of the exterior of the building? When is the best time of day to check it out? Are there any public or private tours of the interior of MCS? Your response would be greatly appreciated, Thank You!
Hello... I got some more questions about Belle Isle, Is it a safe place to visit on the weekends or at night in the summer? What about week days? Do alot of shady people hang out on the island?, like thugs, homeless people & drug addicts? Is there a certain area of the island that is best to avoid? Is there public pay phones by the Jefferson Ave. E. & Grand Blvd. E. area or on the island?
Hi there, I got a few questions... Is it possible to walk across the Douglas Macarthur bridge? Is there a seasonal schedule that the James Scott fountain operates by, like from May to October? Does it light up at night? Your feed back would be very much appreciated, thank you!
Does the Detroit zoo have a waterpark or an area to swim?
Several years ago we took the family to the zoo and had a wonderful time. When we were there we seen these rodents from Africa that were larger than pigs. Do you still have them? What is the name of them?
Thanks for your response
Where can I find the old hungarian bacon for roasting over a open fire
I was wondering if anyone has any idea on the average amount of visitors daily to Belle Isle?
What Ethnic festival are they having this weekend and Next weekend? Does anyone know? I dont live in Detroit so its hard to find this stff out.
I'll be at the Ren Center the 1st and 2nd. Can anyone suggest a good quality, reasonable ($30@) restaurant in or nearby (within two miles) the Ren Center.
I'd love either reallly good fish, or a really excellent chicken Caesar Salad...I'm following a low carb diet (pre-diabetic) and can't eat milk/cream but can do cheese.
On Wednesday, I'm flying back east on Northwest (not my nomal carrier), and have a several-hour layover at the Detroit Airport. I'd like to get a nice meal, glass of wine, etc. at one of the better restaurants. I printed out the airport website, but the restaurants are just unknown names to me. One Vt-er recommends the Grey Goose Martini Lounge or Sora Sushi Bar. Do you have any other suggestions in addition? I like gourmet food of any type, but do not like American chain-restaurants. Suggestions are most welcome and thank you!
I've seen some beautiful old houses for sale in that neighborhood. I was wondering if anyone out there knows specifics about it. How safe is it? Do roads get plowed in the winter? What is the condition of the houses? Why are there so many for sale/ why are people leaving? Thanks.
I am leading a bus tour (54 Seniors) down to Detroit, mainly for shopping in Auburn Hills. But we will want to spend some time in Detroit, so my questions are:
What special restaurant should we not miss (like Tavern on the Green in New York)?
Is there a good spot for brunch?
Do any of the jazz clubs have a Sunday Matinee or an early show starting before 8:00pm.
Where does one go for Motown music, again early?
Any hidden gems that only some people know about.
Any good restaurants in Auburn Hills?
Thanks for all your answers,
How do I get some to answer the telephone at the Grey Goose? Is there a lost and found there? Could someone help me please?