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Picture of Detroit, Hart Plaza, Memorial Day Weekend, 2003. [Oct. 3rd, 2003|02:20 am]

Feel free to use it as a desktop, or whatever you want.

Detroit Hart Plaza</a>

Have fun. Oh, those sunny warm days won't be back for a while up here . . .

[User Picture]From: hexhive99
2003-10-03 12:56 pm (UTC)
Nice picture.

I really hate the cold. I wish it would warm up for just a little longer.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2003-10-03 04:31 pm (UTC)
I'm glad you liked the picture. It was taken during the Movement festival, which I truly enjoyed.

There may be more pics from Movement to come.
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[User Picture]From: erscarter
2003-10-05 07:19 am (UTC)
WoW! That is pretty. Too bad it doesn't look as pretty down here sometimes...
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2003-10-23 07:38 am (UTC)
Detroit, downtown, is quite an interesting city.

The design of the city laid forth as a circular nature. The epicenter of the roads are right downtown, by the waterfront, and I forget what the name of the park or place is called, but they recently found the city marker while working on the new Compuware complex, complete with nifty Hard Rock Cafe.

Yes, they will soon have a Hard Rock Cafe in Detroit.

Should you fly into Detroit, the best airline is Northwest. They built a huge new hub for the NW business, and it puts the rest of the airlines and the old crappy terminal (voted worst airline in the United States) to shame.

There isn't reliable transportation, however. GM, after all, now uses this Renaissance Center as their corp. HQ.

They slowly rebuild the city by the waterfront. However, there are tons of abandoned buildings. Thus was the fallout when the motor industry moved to newer factories in other parts. The riots in the late 1960s didn't help, either.

I'm not sure what would be of interest to you, but that's about what I can blurp up for now.

Sauce1977: Detroit Tour Guide.
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