16 January 2010 | 4 comments | Sibaho Way

I love living in Detroit

Add to Technorati FavoritesI live in Woodbridge and bike for most of the city. Traffic lights and the streets are many. Soon, once I find a job, I will start moving to the southwest for food or in the villages of the island. Detroit is the future for better or for worse, and you will not find a better group of people with whom it points. The more the city is already greener than any other city, is free (forget New Hampshire) and the parties are numerous, tough and inexpensive.
Live in Detroit was fun because so many interesting places from north to south, also from east to west.

Detroit real estate offers many homes to stay if you intend to move to Detroit. Below is a description of why I love living in Detroit.

The historic center of great cinema and department stores are practically gone, but the crowded areas have sprung up around the perimeter of the old bank and shopping center. The north end of town is the latest hot spot. Comerica Park, a new baseball stadium for the Detroit Tigers, opened in 2000. The National Football League Detroit Lions, who have abandoned the city in 1970 for suburban Pontiac, returned to Ford Field, which was built next to Comerica Park. Nearby is the glamorous Fox Theater, the jewel in the crown of opulent movie theaters renovated by the city and the good name of Gem Theater, The Second City Comedy Theater in Detroit, the Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts, and an assortment of restaurants and bars.

Detroit Cultural Center is located between Wayne State University and Detroit Medical Center, an impressive complex of hospitals and research facilities. Detroit Institute of Arts is famous for its Diego Rivera murals, which chronicle history through the eyes of workers, and the sculpture of Auguste Rodin "The Thinker". Nearby is the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, the largest museum of its kind in the United States. Families can also enjoy the Detroit Science Center and the Detroit Historical Museum.
I love Detroit at all!

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