Detroit Itinerary: Ways to Spend A Day or Two in the 'D'
Adventures aren’t limited to faraway vacation spots. From tours and sightseeing, dining and shopping, to hotels and cultural activities, there’s a whole lot to see and do right in our own backyard. So make a day (or a weekend) of it with this trek of Motown. Just remember to bring a pair of comfortable shoes.
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> A Pewabic tile depicting the Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory on Belle Isle; bibsociety.org.
> A flowered pig or piñata from Honey Bee La Colmena Market (below); 313-237-0295, honeybeemkt.com.
> Sangria growler from Vicente’s Cuban Cuisine; 313-962-8800, vicente.us.
> Gourmet cheese from R. Hirt Co., Eastern Market; 313-394-0441, rhirt.com.
> Tigers trinkets for the kids; tigers.com.
> Fitted hat from Henry the Hatter; 313-962-0970, henrythehatterdetroit.com.
> A loaf of Motown Multigrain bread from Avalon International Breads; 313-832-0008, avalonbreads.net.
> A DSO recording from the gift shop in The Max; detroitsymphony.com.
> A dozen chocolate-chunk cookies to go from Opus One restaurant downtown (order 24 hours in advance, $18 per box, $24 in a velvet bag); 313-961-7766, opus-one.com.
> A T-shirt from one of Michigan Opera Theatre’s productions, available at the gift shop in the Detroit Opera House; motopera.org.
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