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themrfreeze

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The village is nicer in my opinion.  It takes 2 days to do it justice.


Didn't have the time nor the inclination to pay the steep entry fee to do Greenfield Village.  Ford Museum was awesome...the car collection is second to none. 

Besides, we have a place like Greenfield Village in our area anyway.


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You did get to tour historic Sunnybrook Lanes though...and the entry fee was free!!!!

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The village is nicer in my opinion.  It takes 2 days to do it justice.


Didn't have the time nor the inclination to pay the steep entry fee to do Greenfield Village.  Ford Museum was awesome...the car collection is second to none. 

Besides, we have a place like Greenfield Village in our area anyway.


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If you visited in the warm?? months the village would have a better use of your money and time.  You even get to ride in some of those old cars.  I thought they cost the same for tickets?  I buy a yearly pass and go there often to just walk around and get exercise.  A lot of the time I ride my bike over there.  My wife packs a picnic basket or we go to the "taste of history" for a nice lunch.  The civil war guys are there on Memorial Day or is it the 4th? 

Can't wait to see the scores from the 1st night of the PBA league.  I'll see how easy it was.

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