This is a town and gown world. The campus area is bustling. U-M is expensive and selective. Lots of grad students, lots of folks born in other countries. Great grocery options with 2 whole foods stores, farmers market, Trader Joes and much more. Plenty of restaurants, but few good ones. Horrid streets and roads. Potholes everywhere. Expensive housing. Terrible weather five months a year, great seven. Lots of culture, good …
Notice how the reviews were from visitors rather than actual residents? We have lived in many states from the West coast throughout the Midwest and after living her for 5 years we are ready to move! You can die of boredom here in Ann Arbor. Compared to Canton and Novi, there are no stores here other than a small dilapidated mall, We have yet to find one good restaurant …
JAdamsPosted on Mar 04, 2015
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