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I plan to catch a few home game's at the BIG HOUSE .Any advise .
How in the world do i get there .
airports , city and how far from the stadium ..
Fly into Detroit, drive 20 minutes into AA. I would recommend booking a hotel soon, if you know what game you want to go to, because all of the hotels close to the stadium fill up fast.
Go Blue & Gig Em'!
wow thanks bro so Detroit will be the primary airport than ..
Great Go Blue from Los Angeles Cali ... fyi USC sucks
Yes Detroit Metro, not Detroit city, is a major airport.
The airport is Detroit Metro. Don't get confused with the other one.
Haha read my mind
Never been to Michigan Stadium before?
LAX to DTW, you'll probably have a layover in Denver or something. Then just head due west on I-94 until you hit AA. I'll see you there!
I would recommend that you pay the extra money if you can afford it and stay near the downtown area. Maybe at the Campus Inn (runs a little over $200). It is so much easier to just walk from your hotel to the game if you don't mind the 3/4 of a mile walk. Plus, after the game you can party downtown with the rest of us!
Feel free to pm me if you have any questions. I live pretty close to downtown A2 and know the area fairly well.
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This post was edited by Typical_Lions 23 months ago
Only a Ruin would have to go on a Michigan board to ask how to get to Ann Arbor LOL
Please don't bring your usc/ucla bickering onto the board. Thanks.
This post was edited by buttesnake 23 months ago
Just found it humorous is all
I don't waste my time bickering with Ruins
Sometimes they get mad and deliver my Pizza late
Not worth the risk
Please stop, we don't need that type of behavior here.
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