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103 South Huron Street, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197

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Cappuccino Chocolate Chip Muffins for Breakfast in Ypsilanti B&B
Cappuccino Chocolate Chip Muffins for Breakfast in Ypsilanti B&B

Cappuccino Chocolate Chip Muffins for Breakfast in Ypsilanti B&B

Imagine the flavor of your favorite coffee house cappuccino mixed with chocolate. These muffins are bursting with that delicious flavor combination in every

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Posted by: Martha Cleary


Chocolate Sticky Buns for Breakfast in Ypsilanti
Chocolate Sticky Buns for Breakfast in Ypsilanti

Chocolate Sticky Buns for Breakfast in Ypsilanti

Cinnamon rolls are taken to the next level with CHOCOLATE!! Right out of the oven dripping with chocolate over the soft rolls

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Posted by: Martha Cleary


A Visit to Ypsilanti's Depot Town Area
A Visit to Ypsilanti's Depot Town Area

A Visit to Ypsilanti's Depot Town Area

This area was a beehive of activity when  the Michigan Central Railway made Ypsilanti a regular stop. It became known as

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Posted by: Martha Cleary


Explore Ann Arbor's kerrytown area
Explore Ann Arbor's kerrytown area

Explore Ann Arbor's kerrytown area

This Historic Neighborhood, a few blocks north of Ann Arbor’s downtown. Farmer’s Market  

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Posted by: Martha Cleary


Did you know: Ypsilanti was founded in 1823
Did you know: Ypsilanti was founded in 1823

Did you know: Ypsilanti was founded in 1823

Originally called Woodruff’s Grove, Ypsilanti is the second oldest city in Michigan, incorporated in 1823. During the 1800’s Ypsilanti grew quickly because of the Old Sauk

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Posted by: Martha Cleary


Orange Croissant French Toast served at Ypsilanti's Parish House Inn
Orange Croissant French Toast served at Ypsilanti's Parish House Inn

Orange Croissant French Toast served at Ypsilanti's Parish House Inn

This recipe is so easy to make in advance. Just keep them in the freezer until you need them. No need to defrost before baking. You can also fry them in a hot skillet with butter. Top with

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Posted by: Martha Cleary


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