Detroit Honeymoon

Can you blame Charles for wanting to go?


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Motown Museum - Situated in the same house where Berry Gordy established Motown Records, the Motown Museum continues to preserve the label's legacy and is a popular tourist attraction in the area.(Photo: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)

Detroit - From Dec. 26 through Dec. 28, a celebration will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Wright Museum of African-American History (315 East Warren Ave). (Photo: David P. Gilkey-Pool/Getty Images)

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Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History - According to their website, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History "is the world's largest institution dedicated to the African American experience" and has continued to serve as a learning center since its inception in 1965.(Photo: David P. Gilkey-Pool/Getty Images)


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GM Renaissance Center - The city wouldn't be complete without a one-stop location that serves all your shopping and dining needs. Charles and Stacy can enjoy a nice waterfront meal at GM Plaza should they ever make it over there.(Photo: Detroit Free Press/MCT/Landov)


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MGM Casino - Feeling lucky? If Charles is feeling confident enough to try his hand at the blackjack table, he can make a trip to Detroit's MGM Casino.(Photo: Detroit Free Press/MCT/Landov)


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Greektown - Get a taste of Mediterranean culture in Detroit's own historic Greektown.(Photo: dpa/Landov)


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Cider Mills - Detroit is also home to several cider mills located outside of the downtown area which produce authentic apple cider.(Photo: Creative Commons via


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Comerica Park - Should Stacy be in the mood for a romantic baseball outing, there's only one location Charles can turn to: Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers.(Photo: Leon Halip/Getty Images)

Sticky Fingers - Kilpatrick in his first three years charged up $210,000 on his city-issued credit card to pay for perks like a trip to Las Vegas and an $850 steak dinner. He also used $144,000 in petty cash  to pay for Lions football tickets, a Rolling Stones concert and lots and lots of meals ($43,000).   (Photo: Mark Cunningham/Detroit Lions/Getty Images)

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Ford Field - Baseball not your cup of tea? Try football at Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions since 2002.(Photo: Mark Cunningham/Detroit Lions/Getty Images)


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Fox Theatre - Should Stacy and Charles be in the mood for some stage entertainment, they can head over to the hisotric Fox Theatre nestled on Woodward Avenue.(Photo: Scott Legato/Getty Images)

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Joe Louis Arena - Home of the Detroit Red Wings, the teams penchant for winning championships has contributed to the city's reputation among hockey fans everywhere.(Photo: Tom Pidgeon/Allsport/Getty Images)


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Hockeytown Cafe - Detroit has several nicknames, one of which is Hockeytown due to the Red Wings knack for winning NHL championships. The Hockeytown Cafe observes this legacy and is one of Detroit's premiere sports bars.(Photo: Creative Commons via