BY A CHANCE, SOMEONE FROM DETROIT?

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BY A CHANCE, SOMEONE FROM DETROIT?

Post by RenneStone » Fri Sep 16, 2016 3:11 pm

Hello to all!!I have been away for a while

I was hoping some here soul help me. Well, my girlfriend and I are currently planning visit again Detroit and I was hoping to get some feedback from those who live there.

I'm planning a surprise, she is a photographer, and this trip we want to make some good pictures of us. We are making a hole list of beautiful points that we can visit so she can take good shots, kinda trying to save money, because we suppose to be there from Wendesday to Sunday. I want to visit Chicago too, for the Black Diamond and convince her to give us another day.

I have been thinking in places like Belle Isle Park, Fisher Building and Campus Martius Park. Is there anything we should be on the lookout for when we go in for a tour? Also, I don't want to pay the high rates at airport parking. A friend told me about an airport quick parking in Detroit to leave my car, but wondering if those rates are fear over there? Or, do you know other option?

Thanks in advance for any feedback!

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Re: BY A CHANCE, SOMEONE FROM DETROIT?

Post by RenneStone » Fri Sep 16, 2016 3:12 pm

If you are willing, I let you here all the information about the event:

DANISH DANCE THEATRE Black Diamond
FRI 10.21.16 / 7:30PM
SAT 10.22.16 / 7:30PM

"With Black Diamond, Tim Rushton returns to a more conceptual and futuristic universe, where focus has been set on graphic aesthetics, scenes and geometrical forms. Black Diamond is a new creation by Tim Rushton, made for Danish Dance Theatre’s 16 international dancers. To the sounds of the violinist Alexander Balanescu, the beat king Trentemøller and the classic composer Philip Glass, small pockets of sound are created — from fragmented and noisy to tempo-filled electronic beats to lyrical and romantic tracks. "

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