Last week, I was in Detroit for a teacher's conference. We actually stayed in the hotel in the Renaissance Center (more affectionately known as the Ren Cen)! How cool is that! Here are a few pictures I took on my walk from the convention center to the hotel.
This is the Mariners' Church, built in 1849.
This is from the inside, looking across the river at Canada.
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11/4/2015 08:52:21 pm
10/31/2015 12:40:11 pm
Looks like a lovely day for a walk. I've never been to Detroit, but I'd like to see it. I enjoyed your photos.
11/4/2015 08:58:17 pm
The weather was beautiful!
10/31/2015 12:40:29 pm
I love these photos! I'm always drawn to interesting architecture and you nailed it!
11/4/2015 08:58:34 pm
10/31/2015 07:46:07 pm
What great architecture -- terrific photos!
11/4/2015 08:58:53 pm
11/4/2015 08:59:46 pm
Most people don't think of sightseeing and Detroit in the same sentence, but it has a lot of beautiful buildings. Hopefully you get a chance to visit again someday!
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