Detroit’s Auto Museums

  • May 18, 2016
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It’s hard to imagine an industry that shaped a culture as much as the auto industry shaped America’s in the 20th century. It eliminated trams and created suburbs. It introduced the assembly line and the hourly wage. It spawned a transient nation of road trips, motels, drive-in ‘movie theatres’ and family summer holidays.

 

Mackinac Island Travel back in time to a Victorian fairy tale

  • June 22, 2012
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Mackinac Island boasts a rich history—as American Indian summering grounds, as the center of the North American fur-trading business and as a colonial fortress—but it’s the gilded Victorian era the island preserves like a living postcard that is the most striking. Horse-drawn carriages clip-clop down vehicle-free streets. Pedestrians stroll and bicyclists pedal past Main Street […]

 

Luxurious Hotel in Grand Rapid

  • February 24, 2011
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Grand Rapid, Michigan has famous and luxurious hotels around the world. It is where most business meetings are held. Two of the favorite venues are the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel and Crown Plaza.