Ann Arbor is caught between two stories.
Once upon a time two men - John Allen who married Ann and Elisha Rumsey with his wife Mary Ann founded the city. Since then the story goes in two directions. From a convetional love story to name the city after a spouse to the version that says the wives cultivated a wonderful grape arbor and named it as Ann Arbor.
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In 15 years Ann Arbor evolved into a place full of your favorite things. When you are in Ann Arbor, you will see that things are done differently there. The plates in local cafes are very big and breakfast is very filling especially at The Broken Egg cafe, while there is always something going on at Pinball Pete's or in the very center of Ann Arbor.
In its very heart you can find the true essence of this chic place on your sightseeing tour. Attractions include;
In addition, Ann Arbor houses the University of Michigan, one of the grandest educational institutions in the area. Away from education, the University is a wonderful playground for touring some attractions at the campus.
Due to the university in the city, Ann Arbor has a large share of students among its 114,000-strong population. It means that the city is full with world-class entertainment like dining out at stylish cafes, visiting live music performances and indulging in club-hopping all night.
With its non-stop feel, the city of Ann Arbor seduced famous actor David Arquette and he said that the city is ''a nice nod to the great state of Michigan''.
This is really true about the life in Ann Arbor as in its downtown you are going to face 12 blocks of striking shops, pavement cafes and book stores. Stuck in its downtown appeal, you may also try to change focus to nearby Kerrytown district. It is very popular with students, but is also regarded as historic heart of the city for its stunning old homes and antique shops.
From its historic face to modern touches, Ann Arbor is a bustling place to visit with Booked.net.