Rooster woke up, looked around the house, and said, “I don’t feel like doing this right now. Why don’t we go on an adventure? We have a little extra money right now. We need to get out of here.” I couldn’t agree with him more. So, we packed our bags, climbed in our Chevy Spark, and headed north. We decided our destination would be a tiny Bavarian village called Frankenmuth. Since we got a late start, we spent an evening in Ann Arbor.
We’ve never been to Ann Arbor. We thought it would be interesting because it is the home of the University of Michigan. Rooster and I checked into the Ann Harbor Regent Hotel and Suites. A frog playinga fiddle greeted us in the lobby.
We also had a great view of the garden from our room.
Observation from an evening in Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor appears to be a prosperous collage city. The campus of Michigan State is enormous. There were a lot of people partying downtown even in the middle of the week. Michigan seems to be serious about their flowers, sculptures, and fountains. We saw a wide assortment of these features everywhere, but we didn’t spend much time in Ann Arbor. We mostly ate dinner and slept. That means we will have to make a return trip when we have time to explore.
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10 thoughts on “An Evening in Ann Arbor”
Ann Arbor is my home and glad you enjoyed a night here !
It was wonderful. You have a very nice place to live. Rooster and i plan to visit again sometime in the future.
i like the frog capture
One of the schools my son was looking at to play football. We are huge Michigan fans 💖😍
It looked like a great school.
Heard of Ann Arbor and its beauty. Wish I can visit there one day. Beautiful pictures. The frog violinist is so cute and the campus looks wonderful.
It is a great place if you ever want to visit.
I love your spontaneity! Sounds like a fun trip… love the frog playing the fiddle!
It was wonderful.