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Area Codes for the Largest Cities in Michigan
Adrian 517
Allen Park 313
Ann Arbor 734
Battle Creek 269
Bay City 989
Bloomfield Township 248/947
Burton 810
Canton 734
Clinton 517
Clinton Township 586
Dearborn 313
Dearborn Heights 313
Detroit 313
East Lansing 517
Eastpointe 586
Farmington Hills 947/248
Ferndale 947/248
Flint 810
Forest Hills 616
Garden City 734
Grand Rapids 616
Hamtramck 313
Harrison 989
Harrison Township 586
Holland 616
Inkster 313
Jackson 517
Kalamazoo 269
Kentwood 616
Lansing 517
Lincoln Park 313
Livonia 734
Madison Heights 947/248
Midland 989
Monroe 734
Mount Pleasant 989
Muskegon 231
Norton Shores 231
Novi 248/947
Oak Park 248/947
Okemos 517
Plymouth Township 734
Pontiac 248/947
Port Huron 810
Portage 269
Redford 313
Rochester Hills 248/947
Romulus 734
Roseville 586
Royal Oak 248/947
Saginaw 989
Saginaw Township North 989
Shelby 231
Shelby Township 586
Southfield 947/248
Southgate 734
St. Clair Shores 586
Sterling Heights 586
Taylor 313
Troy 947/248
Walker 616
Warren 586
Waterford 947/248
West Bloomfield 248/947
Westland 734
Wyandotte 734
Wyoming 616
Ypsilanti 734

Michigan is a state in the United States, is located in the five Great Lakes region. The state as the birthplace of the automotive industry is famous. The postal abbreviation is MI. Composed of two separate two big Peninsula, peninsula waters called Mackinac channel. South to the lower peninsula, is the main body of the state, large area. The western half of the southern border connected Indiana; the eastern half of connecting ohio. Peninsula west, north, east 3 aspects of Western Binhu, north of Lake Michigan, northeast to Lake Huron, Lake St. Clair River East and southeast of St. Clair, and lake erie. North to the upper peninsula peninsula area ratio is small, north shore of Lake Superior, south of Michigan lake, southwest Wisconsin, east of river and canal holy Maris su. Lake 5000 km long line.

Area of terrain
Michigan covers an area of one hundred and fifty-one thousand five hundred and eighty-four square kilometers. Michigan is divided into upper and lower two Peninsula, both across the middle of the canal Mai Chi Naik. Most of Michigan's terrain is gentle slope and plain. Located in the upper peninsula of the northwest corner of the Porcupine Mountains, is the state of Michigan only projection area. [2]
Rivers
Michigan adjacent to the five Great Lakes Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan and lake superior. The five great lakes there are many island belongs to Michigan, for example: Theo Island, Munchie Naik Island, and end Coromandel island. Michigan has more than fifteen thousand more than inland lake. The main rivers in Michigan Prefecture are: River, the Huron River, Kalamazoo River, shag Danube, grace Shi Dejin River and the whitefish river.
Climate

education
Michigan has more than thirty colleges and universities, as well as twenty-nine community colleges. Thirteen public university in Michigan, including: in Ann Arbor, Michigan University of Michigan), located in East Lansing, Michigan State University, Michigan State University, located in Detroit's Wayne State University (Wayne State University, located in Hugh
Michigan State University Library
Meal (Houghton) of Michigan and University of Michigan Technological University, located in Kalamazoo Kalamazoo, Western Michigan University, Western Michigan University, located in Ypsilanti, Ypsilanti Eastern Michigan University (Eastern Michigan University), located in the Pulirente mountain (Mount Pleasant) in the University of Michigan (Central Michigan University), located in Marquette (Marquette) of northern Michigan University (Northern Michigan University) and in Grand Rapids in the town of Big Rapids) Ferris State University, Ferris State University).
Private schools: at Flint Caitlin University, located in the Ruian sub Academy of Ruian (Adrian College), located at the Yar Yar Bion's (Albion College), Brion college at Alma Alma College (Alma College), located in Ann Arbor Kankediya Institute (Concordia Colllege), located in Holland (Holland) hope Institute (Hope College), located at Kalamazoo of Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo College), located in the city of sarsfield (Southfield) Laurence of the University of science and Technology (Lawrence Technological University) is located in Detroit, the University of Detroit mercy (University of Detroit Mercy), and Farmin Don Chu (Farmington Hills) is located in the Tyne College (Tyndale College) and DELL.
One of the most famous is the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. This school is not only the best school in Michigan, but also the world's top universities.
Michigan is a state in the United States and is located in the five Great Lakes region. The state is known as the birthplace of the auto industry.
Famous scenery


Michigan resorts such as Traverse City, Mackinac island and the attracting from across the United States and Canada athletes and nature lovers in the northern part of the peninsula. Michigan has only Alaska California the nation's second long coastline, and the nation's largest recreational vessels.
Optimal travel time
Michigan is located in the five major lakes, Lake by the wind adjustment, the climate is more moderate than the other northern states. The best travel time is the spring and autumn season.

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? Cena Frequently dinner is not served until 9pm and it is usually light when eaten at home.
In restaurants, however, dinner is often a social gathering where eaters share a complete meal that can last until midnight.
? And¡­ When people go to a bar, a club or a late movie, they often stop off for a quick taco before returning home.
Many famous taquer¨ªas cater to hungry insomniacs and don¡¯t close until the wee hours.
On Fridays and Saturdays so many customers visit these places that sometimes you have to wait for a table at 3am! Under the Jaguar Sun by Italian writer Italo Calvino is a compelling account of a husband and wife discovering Mexico and its cuisine.
The couple in the story becomes so enamored of the cuisine that their passion is transferred from the bedroom to the dining table.
Have You Heard the Word ¡®Fiesta¡¯? Food and fiestas go hand-to-hand in Mexico.
They can be national holidays, religious festivals, local fiestas or personal celebrations, but chances are you will get caught in one of them during your visit.
During national holidays food¡¯s always present, but toasting with tequila is a prerequisite, especially during D¨ªa de la Independencia (September 16), which celebrates independence from Spain.
The largest religious festivity is the D¨ªa de Nuestra Se?ora de Guadalupe (December 12), where tamales, mole and an array of antojitos are traditional fare.
During Lent, meatless dishes such as romeritos (a wild plant that resembles rosemary served with dried shrimp, potatoes and mole) show up on most menus.
On the D¨ªa de los Santos Reyes (Three Kings Day; January 6) we celebrate by eating rosca de reyes, a large oval sweetbread decorated with candied fruit.
The rosca is served with corn tamales and hot chocolate.
During Christmas, a traditional Mexican menu includes turkey, bacalao (dry codfish cooked with olives, capers, onions and tomatoes) and romeritos.
There is no celebration in Mexico with more mystique than the D¨ªa de Muertos (Day of the Dead; November 2).
Its origins date back to pre-Hispanic times and it commemorates lost relatives and loved ones.
By celebrating death we salute life and we do it the way we celebrate everything else, with food, drinks and music.
An altar to the dead is set up in a house, or, as some families prefer, in the graveyard.
It is decorated with bright cempas¨²chil (marigold) flowers, plates of tamales, sugar-shaped skulls and pan de muerto (bread of the dead; a loaf made with egg yolks, mezcal and dried fruits), and the favorite foods of the deceased are laid out so that they feel welcomed upon their return.
VEGETARIANS & VEGANS In Guadalajara¡¯s market there is a large sign for an eatery named Restaurante Vegetariano (Vegetarian Restaurant) listing some menu items underneath.
It has salads, rice, beans, grilled chicken and fish in garlic sauce.
This sign shows one of the problems for vegetarians and vegans in Mexico: the concept is not always fully understood.
Many Mexicans think of a vegetarian as a person who doesn¡¯t eat meat, and by ¡®meat¡¯ they mean red meat.
Many more have never even heard the word veganista, the Spanish term for vegan.
The good news is that almost every city, large or small, has real vegetarian restaurants, and their popularity is increasing.
Also, many traditional Mexican dishes are vegetarian: ensalada de nopales (cactus-leaf salad); quesadillas made with mushrooms, cheeses and even flowers like zucchini flowers; chiles rellenos de queso (cheese-stuffed poblano chilies); and arroz a la mexicana (Mexican-style rice).
Be warned, however, that many dishes are prepared using chicken or beef broth, or some kind of animal fat, such as manteca (lard).
?Salud! Tequila In Mexico we love tequila.
We drink it on large and small national holidays, at funerals and anniversaries, at casual lunches, and at dinner and in bars with friends.
Legally, tequila is our champagne.
All tequila has to come from the state of Jalisco and is protected with a Designation of Origin (DO) by the Consejo Regulador del Tequila (Tequila Regulatory Council).
This organization ensures that all tequila sold throughout the world comes from this state in western Mexico.
This arid area with highland soil creates the perfect conditions for the blue agave, the plant from which tequila is distilled, to grow.
No tequila made in China (or elsewhere), por favor.
We drink it because we are proud of its Mexican provenance, and because we really like its taste.
English sailors coined the term ¡®cocktail¡¯ upon discovering that their drinks in the Yucat¨¢n port of Campeche were stirred with the thin, dried roots of a plant called cola de gallo, which translates as ¡®cock¡¯s tail.
¡¯ Taste is a key word when it comes to tequila.
Tequila has become more and more sophisticated and today is considered a refined drink that rivals an imported single-malt whiskey or a quality cognac ¨C not only in price but in its smooth, warm taste.
Today¡¯s finest tequilas are meant to be enjoyed in a small glass, with pleasure, in tiny sips.
The process of making tequila starts by removing the pi?a (heart) of the blue agave plant.
This pi?a is then steamed for up to 36 hours, a process that softens the fibers and releases the aguamiel (honey water).
This liquid is funneled into large tanks where it is fermented.
Fermentation determines whether the final product will be 100% agave or mixto (mixed).
The highest-quality tequila is made from fermenting and then distilling only aguamiel mixed with some water.
In tequilas mixtos the aguamiel is mixed with other sugars, usually cane sugar with water.
When tequila is 100% agave it will say so on the label: otherwise, it is a mixto.
The next step in the tequila-making process is to distill the aguamiel and store it in barrels for aging.
The aging is important, especially for today¡¯s fancier tequilas, because it determines the color, taste, quality and price.
Silver or blanco (white) is clear and is aged for no more than 60 days.
Tequila blanco is used primarily for mixing and blends particularly well into fruit-based drinks.
Tequila reposado (rested) is aged from two to nine months.
It has a smooth taste and light gold color.
Tequila a?ejo (old) is aged in wooden barrels for a minimum of 12 months.
The best-quality a?ejos are aged up to four years.
Tequila a?ejo has a velvety flavor and a deep dark color.
These three kinds of tequilas are equally popular in Mexico, and it is entirely a matter of personal taste that determines which one to drink.
CANTINAS Cantinas are the traditional Mexican watering holes.
Until not long ago, women, military personnel and children were not allowed in cantinas, and some cantinas still have a rusted sign stating this rule.
Today everybody is allowed, although the more traditional establishments retain a macho edge.
Beer, tequila and cubas (rum and coke) are served at square tables where patrons play dominos and watch f¨²tbol (soccer) games on large TV screens.
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