Bavarian Town Bed and Breakfast

Address: 206 Beyerlein St., Frankenmuth, Michigan, 48734, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 206 Beyerlein St., Frankenmuth, is near Bronner's Christmas Wonderland, Frankenmuth Historical Museum, Fantasy Carriage, and St. Julians Winery.
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Travel Blogs from Frankenmuth

Preparing for the journey

A travel blog entry by holyfamilyyouth on Jul 11, 2015

... 5pm Mass with their families. During Mass, Msgr. Vincke will give us a blessing for trip.

After months and months of planning and fundraising we are so ready to go forth and bring Christ's love to Cincinnati!
Please keep us in your prayers. We will be departing at 10:30am on Sunday morning and will return on July 18.

Blessings,
Jennifer
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Road Trip Day 8

A travel blog entry by lungstrums on Jun 30, 2015

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... 4 hour drive to Niagara Falls. Travel tip: when pulling up to Customs, be sure to stop at the white line, otherwise, you could get shot. At least that's what the Customs officer told us. There could be a felon with a gun in the car in front of us and the customs officer might have to shoot, and we would be in the crossfire. Luckily, the car in front of us apparently did not have a felon with a weapon. Once we found our hotel (I think it was after the 222nd ...

Movin' on Up to the North

A travel blog entry by ingram.mho1 on Jun 15, 2015

5 comments, 17 photos

... Silent Night" in over 300 languages. Jim found an interesting fact about the reason "Silent Night" was performed with guitar for its first performance. The organ was in need of repair so it wasn't playable hence the guitar. He said if he had known he would have fixed the organ in time for the performance!

We head for Petoskey, MI Sunday. This stop should really be a step up for our stay. So stay tuned for the latest!
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Behind the scenes with the real people (Michigan)

A travel blog entry by jeff.mann on Dec 04, 2014

12 photos

... petrol station, the whole bit. Interestingly the housing estates have no fences and so it looks like everyone lives in a park setting (see photos). Some rest was welcome so on really cold days we stayed in and completed a jigsaw puzzle - good fun. We also visited Frankenmuth to see the Christmas lights (the town is famous for it) and ...

Getting Ready to Exit Michigan

A travel blog entry by oregonnscaler on Jun 04, 2014

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... Huckleberry Railroad, a steam powered tourist train owned and operated by Genesee County, the county in which Flint is located. The engine was a Rio Grande Mikado K-27, one of only two remaining. The other runs on the Cumbres and Toltec in New Mexico. The collection of cars is a combination of older passenger cars and fruit gondolas rescued out of California. They have installed park benches along the ...

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