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post #46 of 57
Didn't know there was a St. Clair Shores guy on here, I'm from Grosse Pointe.



Back to topic, I'll be honest and say that I'm only 20 and every time I've gone to visit Ann Arbor it's either been to play sports in High School or more recently visiting my good friends there. As a result I don't know much about stuff to do for the over 22 crowd.

That being said, you have to go to a Michigan football game. I hate football and go to IU so I really hate UofM but their games are always packed and out of control.
post #47 of 57
Can anyone recommend a good tailor in the Ann Arbor area? BTW, I've spent some time here in "A2" recently, and it seems to have quite a lively restaurant scene.
post #48 of 57
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Can anyone recommend a good tailor in the Ann Arbor area?

BTW, I've spent some time here in "A2" recently, and it seems to have quite a lively restaurant scene.

They have a lively "food" scene, I would say, but the restaurants are somewhat lacking. I have been to Eve a couple of times, and while I enjoy the food, the better Boston joints are in a different league wrt skill and service.

Still, I can eat pretty much anywhere. The finer points of "dining" don't usually mean a whole lot to me. Except when they do.
post #49 of 57
I have friends who live in Hillsdale and I have visited a few times. Believe me, they all think of Ann Arbor as Shangri-La.
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I have friends who live in Hillsdale and I have visited a few times. Believe me, they all think of Ann Arbor as Shangri-La.

I dunno who had the bright idea to build a college in Hillsdale. Might as well open a canoe shop in the Sahara. There really is nothing around.
post #51 of 57
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I dunno who had the bright idea to build a college in Hillsdale. Might as well open a canoe shop in the Sahara. There really is nothing around.

The town slogan is "Two Hours From Everything!!!"
post #52 of 57
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Can anyone recommend a good tailor in the Ann Arbor area?

BTW, I've spent some time here in "A2" recently, and it seems to have quite a lively restaurant scene.

I will ask where my parents take their stuff. I know their main tailor finally died.
post #53 of 57
Any updates on Ann Arbor? Considering moving here for 3-6 years. Specifically: women, things to do on the weekends, general quality of life.
post #54 of 57
Ricks
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Toledo
post #56 of 57
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Ann Arbor is very, very close to Ypsilanti.

not to mention Manchester.
post #57 of 57
I haven't been back to Ann Arbor since I graduated from UM in the '80s, but when I was there I didn't care what was nearby. Ann Arbor is -- or at least was -- it's own destination. For example, I once attended a performance there by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by none other than Leonard Bernstein. The tour stops listed on the back of the program included Los Angeles, Chicago, Ann Arbor, New York City.

When the world comes to Ann Arbor, where else do you really need to go?
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