Used to love State Street and still a very cool place to walk. Went to Noodles for lunch, Stucchi's for ice cream and walked through the Nickel's Arcade. Purchased early Christmas gifts at the Caravan Gift Shop! Enjoyed it just as much as when I was a student here!
It has past for this year but one should start planning for next years event. You don't have to worry about parking, it is every where. The more you pay to park, the shorter the walk to the fair. The fair isn't just on State Street, it is all over Ann Arbor and worth the walk to see everything. And... 更多
Lots of students and many shops to go through. Also places to eat. Biggest drawback is parking. I am not good trying to get in very tight spots on the street. Also parking fees are done by credit card which I had to ask a local how to do that. I am sure there are parking lots but if you... 更多
State street is a great place to spend an afternoon exploring. The last time we were here it was graduation weekend and the street was crazy with students and their families, it was still a great day. The shops are cool and seem to be a little more geared towards the student life. The restaurants are great and there are... 更多
Ann Arbor, MI is definitely a college town.Just about everything revolves about the University of Michigan and students and families who depend on the huge and growing institution.Interspersed with the student oriented eateries and bars are quite upscale restaurants and watering spots for the parents and professors who abound in this semi-expensive town.While the obvious student spots ave a wide... 更多
This is all the time busy with the student crowd particularly as it is bordering the university. You find all sorts of shops; different kinds of restaurants with different cuisines - American, Indian, Mexican, Italian and so on. M den is popular with students. CVS and Wall-greens are there for your pharmaceutical needs.There is the State theatre. There is everything... 更多
As parents of incoming students, it was a good place to walk around after visiting the central campus and cutting through the diag to get to the M-store for some Go-Blue souvenirs. Many variety of shops not just for college students, but for "grown ups" also. We tried Slurping Turtle for lunch and Afternoon Delight for breakfast/brunch on the day... 更多