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If you want to put your head on a pillow where like-minded souls such as Hugh Hefner and Paul McCartney have, then check into the swanky Royal Park Hotel in Rochester on the northern outskirts of Detroit. Known for its exclusive top-end shopping boutiques, mammoth homes, luscious dining venues and rolling hills, Detroit is definitely in the affluent area bracket.

One of Oakland County's first settlements dating back to 1817, Rochester has 22 buildings on its Main Street more than 50 years old with several on the State Register of Historic Places. The oldest commercial building downtown is the Rollin Sprague Building from 1849 that houses the "Home Bakery". The Opera House Building (circa 1890) was the cultural and social heart of the town but now sadly houses a pharmacy. A red barn built in 1880 on the corner of University Drive and Water Street was originally the Rochester Grain Elevator where farmers brought their grain to be shipped to Detroit. Fully restored, the Western Knitting Mills, built in 1896, was the largest glove producers in the world in its day.

Once you have poured over the local buildings of note then head into the wilds of the Rotary Gateway Park where you will find Paint Creek and Clinton River Trails to either pump the pedals of your bike along or simply stroll in complete abandonment. For a bit of culture, head to the Paint Creek Center for the Arts and you can have a go at skating on the Duck Pond during the winter months at the Rochester Municipal Park.

Otherwise just hang out at one of the many funky cafes and watch the passing parade of well-heeled people.

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