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The US-Canada Border in Detroit

I had never thought I will ever get to see the United States, owing to the fact that it lay completely opposite to the side of the planet I lived in (India). But you never know what’s in store for you, right?

Visiting this beautiful country did happen to me. It was a beautiful morning and I was excitedly packing my bag to catch my flight to Detroit, where my sister lived. Truth be told, I was more excited to see the country than to meet my sister (hopefully, she isn’t reading this). And why not? When I landed there, I couldn’t take my eyes off the clear blue sky (which one can hardly notice in India). It was summers and the sun was merrily shining but the climate was pretty cool to my relief.

My first evening went to astonishment when I waited and waited for the sun to go down but it just didn’t let go of our planet earth until 10 pm! Wow! It was something that I had never witnessed before. I couldn’t sleep all night, thanks to jet lag but then I was pretty adamant to explore the city the next day.

I visited the Detroit-Windsor region, which happens to be the US-Canada border, separated by the Detroit River. It is a beautiful sight with a lot of cafes and eateries in the adjacent GM Renaissance Center. You can just sit by the riverfront and soak up in the view. Being an art enthusiast, the wall graffiti on the GM Renaissance Center was a lovely treat to my eyes. One doesn’t need much when the surrounding is so serene with a splendid view.

Shruti

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~ An avid reader, story teller, wannabe globetrotter, travel blogger, photographer and a mom on the run ~

Hello! I am Shruti. With a keenness to see the world and my love for writing, I started with this travel blog. Here I share my personal travel stories and recommendations based on my travel experience.

I love to travel places and soak up in its beauty and uniqueness. Great food, local people and their rich culture & tradition are few things which lures me to a place. I have a soft corner for mountains. Visiting a new place always adds something unique to my persona. Travelling rejuvenates me. I am on a lookout to chasing happiness and phasing out the negativity through travelling.

 

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